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Soft Tissue Injuries Car accidents can cause severe injuries such as broken bones, brain injuries, and other debilitating conditions. Although collisions are more commonly associated with these kinds of injuries, there are other serious injuries that may not be as apparent immediately after a car accident, but can be just as damaging.

Soft Tissue Injury

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Soft tissue injuries don’t often have visual characteristics, and symptoms may not appear until well after a collision. This does not mean that soft tissue injuries aren’t serious — they can seriously impact the wellbeing of an injury victim, and can be costly to treat. If you have sustained a soft tissue injury in a car accident, contact Webb, Stokes & Sparks today. Our soft tissue injury lawyers in San Angelo can help you recover the resources you need to heal.

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Types of Soft Tissue Injuries

If you are in a car accident at any speed, your body is thrown around the interior of the car, against hard objects and at various angles. It may not have seemed like a serious accident and the damage to the car may not be extensive. But, your body was not designed to withstand being hurled around violently in this way.

You probably sustained one or more of these injuries:

  • Muscle sprains
  • Bruises
  • Abrasions
  • Ligament tear
  • Ligament strain
  • Ligament sprain
  • Muscle strains
  • Muscle sprain
  • Tendon sprain
  • Tendon strain

These injuries may not appear immediately. They may not show up on an x-ray or even an MRI. But they can, in the long run, limit your abilities at work and home, and cause pain that will not go away very soon. It is urgent that you get medical attention immediately. Many people neglect to do so, only to realize the next day that they really are hurt and they need to seek help. You should get the care you need and also document your injuries. Photographs should be taken when your injuries are visible. Call a San Angelo soft tissue injuries lawyer now.

Insurance Companies

Your insurer and the other driver's insurance company don't want to pay for your damages unless they are forced to do so. They will try to minimize or deny your injuries. There may not be much damage to the steel of your car, but you are not made of steel. Muscles, ligaments, tendons, and other connective tissues are vulnerable and you may be injured. We do all we can for our clients, including assuring the car is repaired and that you get the medical care you need. You may be unable to work for a time, and we want to obtain compensation for that and all your losses.

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