Experienced Soft Tissue Injury Representation
An Invisible Injury With Debilitating Symptoms
While soft tissue injuries affect everyone differently, and come in varying degrees of severity, regardless, it can be very difficult for the accident victim to lead a normal life. Soft tissue injuries can also be so debilitating that the injured person is no longer able to work their normal job. The pain can be so severe that the activities of daily living the injured victim used to participate in are no longer possible to achieve whatsoever, or without help and accommodation.
There is no simple fix or cookie-cutter fix to soft tissue injuries. Healing requires both pain management and a multidisciplinary approach to rehabilitation. It is common for physiatrists, physiotherapists, occupational therapists, social workers, rheumatologists and many more to be a part of the health care professional team involved in getting an injured victim better.
Understanding Soft-tissue Injuries
Soft tissue injuries consist of damage to muscles, ligaments or tendons, but do not result in muscle tears, torn ligaments or factures to bones. Soft-tissue injuries often result in swelling, bruising, muscle strain or sprain, and sometimes develop into chronic pain. Whiplash and other soft-tissue injuries in the neck and back are common among injured victims and early treatment and rehabilitation can help the healing process to prevent further complications.
Experienced Representation Helps Healing And Your Case
The lawyers at Bernstein Law Group can assist you in your soft-tissue injury case and help you achieve the recovery you deserve—both from a health perspective and financially.
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