Soft Tissue Compensation Claim
Suffered a soft tissue injury as a result of someone else’s negligence? Then you may be entitled to claim compensation.
A soft tissue injury means simply that damage has been done to the soft tissue of the body. Although considered minor, they can be extremely painful and limit your ability to carry out day-to-day tasks. The four main affected tissues are the epithelial, muscular, nervous and connective tissues.
Soft tissue injuries include sprains, strains and Repetitive Strain Injuries. They are the most common type of personal injury and are most commonly caused by Road Traffic Accidents and Slips, Trips and Falls. Bruising is common in soft tissue injuries and can be caused by damaged blood vessels bleeding under the skin, usually following a blow or knock to the body.
We specialise in providing legal help and support for your Soft Tissue Compensation Claim. Your case will be dealt with in strictly professional and confidential manor. Once we have accepted your claim rest assured win, lose or draw you will not pay a penny for our legal fees. We will take your case on a ‘No Win, No Fee’ basis and you will receive 100% compensation.
Although in most cases, soft tissue injuries heal rather quickly with a full recovery, compensation can still be claimed for your injuries if they are due to the fault of somebody else’s negligence. The compensation you receive will cover any costs of medical help that you received, and loss of earnings for any time off work that you have had to take.
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You can claim compensation for soft tissue injuries, if you have maintained your injuries due to any of the following:
- Reckless or violent conduct
- Defects in playing surfaces
- Defective equipment
- Lack of proper supervision
- Injuries sustained during school sporting activity
Many soft tissue injuries are the consequences of a road traffic accident. If you have been in a road traffic accident that wasn’t your fault, you could potentially claim for compensation. Examples of scenarios of which you could claim for compensation consists of; being injured as a passenger in a taxi, being injured as a passenger on a bus, or even being injured as a driver of a car, of which somebody bumped into you.
A medical assessment will undergo to determine whether you are eligible to claim for compensation and if so, how much compensation you receive. Factors affecting your right to claim for compensation include the severity of your injuries, the estimated recovery time, if you have had to take any time off work as a consequence of your injuries, whether you will need any rehabilitation treatment, any loss of earnings, any transportation costs, and any medical costs.