Soft Tissue Injuries
Car accidents and other accidents that happen on construction sites, in the workplace, on the sports field, or even at a retail store can lead to soft tissue injuries. Soft tissue injuries include back, neck, and shoulder sprains and strains, whiplash, herniated discs, bulging discs, and other types of injuries to muscles, tendons, and ligaments. These injuries can be painfully disabling, taking a real toll on your quality of life.
Who should pay?
Soft tissue injuries can cost you a great deal. In addition to your pain and suffering, you likely have medical expenses associated with your injury. Maybe you’ve lost income if your injury keeps you from work. Soft tissue injuries can also impact your ability to enjoy your life.
If another party’s negligence led to the accident that injured you, somebody else may be legally responsible for covering these costs. At Scott W. Schiff & Associates in Columbus, Ohio, Scott and our attorneys will work hard to make those parties pay.
Soft tissue injury experience that you can trust.
We handle thousands of soft injury cases every year. Our lawyers have the experience necessary to quickly resolve your injury claim and recover expenses associated with your injury. Through thorough investigation of evidence and medical records, we aim to secure the maximum financial compensation due to you under the law. As our case results clearly show, Scott W. Schiff & Associates knows how to help soft injury tissue victims just like you recover the compensation they deserve.
Call us for a free consultation.
Scott and the soft tissue injury attorneys at Scott W. Schiff & Associates are always available to speak to you personally about your case. There is no charge for your initial case evaluation and consultation. And because we represent you on a contingency basis, there will be no attorney costs or fees unless we successfully recover compensation on your behalf. Contact us today so we can begin helping you immediately, or learn more at our soft tissue injuries information center.