Soft tissue injuries
If you’ve had an accident, you don’t have to have suffered a broken bone for your injuries to be serious enough to have an impact on your day to day life.
In many cases, people are who suffer a personal injury in an accident have what is termed a “soft tissue injury”. This can be:
- Muscular strain;
- Bruising or haematoma (more serious inflammation and burst blood vessels under the skin);
- Pulled or torn ligaments and tendons;
- Non-bone spinal or neck strain;
At Personal Injury Solicitors Manchester we know that a soft tissue injury can be just as disruptive to your daily life as suffering a bone fracture and sometimes even more painful.
In many cases a soft tissue injury actually falls under the definition of an orthopaedic injury and requires treatment from a specialist orthopaedic surgeon and possible surgical intervention.
We have experienced qualified solicitors who have dealt with countless accident victims who have suffered soft tissue injuries where recovery is from a few weeks to months and months. We know that every accident claim is different and every client is unique. The same accident can affect two different people in completely different ways.
Our team of accident claim experts can offer the very best advice on how to support your claim with the appropriate medical evidence to ensure that your personal injury compensation is maximised.
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