Soft Tissue Injuries
If you were injured in an accident, you might have suffered a soft tissue injury such as a whiplash, sprain, strain, bruise or abrasion. An injured ligament, tendon or muscle can result in extreme and debilitating pain. Many insurance carriers will try to minimize the severity of a soft tissue injury to avoid paying a claim. That is why it is important to contact a lawyer at The Olsinski Law Firm, PLLC to discuss your case and how to protect you rights to receiving
compensation for your injuries.
State laws enable a person who was injured in an accident caused by someone’s negligence to seek payment for their injuries. There are many different types of accidents an individual might file a claim for, such as
bus accidents and
truck accidents The victim might have been injured in a
motorcycle crash or had a
slip and fall accident on another individual's property.
Monetary damages are obtained by filing a claim with the insurance carrier of the person or entity responsible for the accident. You can receive compensation for many different types of injuries, depending on their severity and impact on your quality of life. In addition to pain and suffering, soft tissue injuries can reduce your mobility, require medical treatment and prevent you from working. An attorney from our office should be consulted if you were in an accident that resulted in a soft tissue injury. Don't hesitate in holding the responsible party accountable so you can minimize the financial burden that results from your accident.
Receiving Payment for Your Losses
Soft tissue injuries are often not discovered until many days after an accident. If the injury is severe, medical treatment could be required. Personal injury compensation can help cover medical expenses, as well as:
- Lost income
- Pain and suffering
- Emotional trauma
Our firm has many years of experience handling personal injury cases. We will tenaciously pursue the compensation you need. Call our office so we can start advising you about the claim process and your legal options for receiving compensation.