Soft Tissue Injuries From Massachusetts Car Crashes
As Massachusetts car crash lawyers, we have many clients that have experienced soft tissue injuries following their accident.
Soft tissue injuries are quite common following car accidents. Besides car accidents, soft tissue injuries typically arise from workers compensation accidents, bicycle accidents, pedestrian accidents and from slip and falls.
But what is a soft tissue injury? Briefly stated – for I am most definitely not a doctor – soft tissue injuries include injuries to the soft tissue areas of the body that include the epithelial, muscular, nervous, and connective tissues. Whiplash is a common soft tissue injury from a car accident.
Soft tissue injuries include sprains, strains, subluxation (misalignment of spinal vertebrae), repetitive stress injury, carpel tunnel syndrome, etc. These injuries can cause the body great pain and disability.
In my personal injury practice, many of my clients who have been involved in motor vehicle accidents, as well as other accidents, usually experience the pain and discomfort of soft tissue injuries.
Insurance adjusters try to downplay the impact and resulting pain of soft tissue injuries. That is rubbish. They know – assuming of course they have had a soft tissue injury – that it can be very debilitating. As Massachusetts car crash lawyers we help people who sustained soft tissue injuries.
Please contact me with any questions you may have, or feel free to comment on this post.