Legal Resources For Pain
- American Society of Law, Pain and Ethics
Offer access to their research projects on pain undert reatment, which have been funded by the Mayday Fund, as well as The Connecticut Statewide Pain Management Study supported by the Donahue Medical Research Foundation.
Finding the best legal representation is a crucial part of any asbestos-related case. Mesothelioma and asbestos cases can be complicated. Finding a legal team that specializes in and has experience with these cases is crucial for the best outcomes. A general practice lawyer does not have the knowledge needed to take your case.You also need to choose a lawyer that who makes you feel comfortable and who you feel has your best interests in mind. Choose the professional who will fight for you, educate you about the laws and how they affect the choices you make, and who will keep you up to date as your case proceeds.Perhaps most importantly, a good asbestos or mesothelioma lawyer will have the experience you need to help you determine which path to take to seek justice and compensation. Whether you should file a claim with an asbestos trust fund, start a lawsuit, go to trial with your case, or seek compensation through the Veterans Administration is a tough decision to make without good legal advice. Learn more about finding an asbestos lawyer.
- Pain and Policy Study Group
The Pain and Policy Studies Group has issued Achieving Balance in State Pain Policy: A Progress Report Card, which provides a letter grade for each State based on the quality of its policies (laws, regulations, guidelines) which influence pain management. Click here to see how your state ranks.