This case involves a male patient who allegedly developed Complex Regional Pain Syndrome following an accident at work. At the time of the incident in question, the man was employed in a large shipping and receiving center, where he was responsible for loading and unloading trucks. During a routine delivery, the patient was injured by a co-worker, who ran over the Plaintiff’s foot with a fully-loaded pallet jack. After experiencing ongoing pain, the Plaintiff presented to the emergency room, where he was discharged after undergoing a routine physical examination. Over the next few days, the Plaintiff began to notice the pain radiating further and further up his leg. The Plaintiff’s pain continued to progress over the course of the next few weeks, eventually encompassing his entire leg and back. Despite months of physical therapy and radiofrequency ablation to reduce the Plaintiff’s pain, none were successful. The Plaintiff is now unable to work and is responsible for mounting medical expenses.