Soft Tissue Injury Claim Value
Minor car accidents can cause various soft tissue injuries that can take a long time and money to recover from. If you have suffered soft tissue injuries in an accident caused by someone else’s negligence, you could be entitled to compensation for your injuries.
Unfortunately, soft tissue injuries are not easily seen on an X-ray, so to get a successful claim, you would need to keep good documentation of the injuries from your doctor. Documenting and recording evidence and medical records will help solidify your claim.Types of Soft Tissue Injuries
Soft tissue injuries usually occur when an accident damages the tissues surrounding muscles, ligaments, or tendons. These injuries typically leave the victims with pain, swelling, and bruising. Some soft tissue injuries include:
- Contusions or bruising
- Torn ligaments
Soft tissue injuries can be permanent. Internal bleeding can pool on soft tissues, which can cause permanent damage.Soft Tissue Injury Claim Value FAQ
What is the average settlement in a soft tissue damage lawsuit?
- Have you completely recovered, or are you still in pain?
- Does the injury continue to affect your life?
- Are you missing work or likely to miss work in the future?
Soft tissue injuries are usually referred to as damage to the tendons, ligaments, or muscles. If you are experiencing pain or discomfort after a car accident, reach out to me at (916) 921-6400 or (800) 404-5400 for free, friendly legal advice.