Toronto Soft Tissue Injury Lawyers

Some people recover fully from soft tissue injuries, but the process may be take time. Additionally, many individuals suffer long-term effects, which can become chronic. Individuals with pre-existing conditions might particularly suffer the continued effects of a soft tissue injury.

At CHAGPAR LAW of Toronto, Salina F. Chagpar and our team of soft tissue injury lawyers are sensitive to the sometimes progressive nature of a soft tissue injury and how it can affect your overall quality of life. Our goal as legal counsel is to ensure your injury is fully recognized and the support you need to recover is secured.

Forms of Soft Tissue Injury

Soft tissue injury refers to a wide range of injuries to the muscles, tendons and ligaments of the body. One form of soft tissue injury is whiplash, a sudden jolt of the head and neck, which is a common result of motor vehicle accidents. A soft tissue injury includes many common ailments that often occur after accidents and vehicle collisions. Examples include:

  • Sprains
  • Strains
  • Tendonitis
  • Bruising and other injuries to the muscles, ligaments and tendons

Soft tissue injuries that are incorrectly diagnosed, not properly treated or simply more severe than previously understood can manifest over time as chronic pain.

Legal Advocates for Soft Tissue Injury Victims

At CHAGPAR LAW, our dedicated legal team works to secure clients the benefits they need to move forward. Our team works to build the evidence necessary to support a claim for benefits as a result of a soft tissue injury and will negotiate strongly with insurance companies to achieve the results our clients require. We have the experience that gets re$ults.

Serving Greater Toronto, Including Scarborough, Brampton and Mississauga: Back and Neck Injury Lawyers

Our legal team will not minimize the impact your soft tissue injury has had on your life. We will act as your dedicated advocate to ensure you are able to recover. To speak with a member of our firm, contact us online or call us at 416-733-HURT (4878). We offer a free initial consultation for our services, and translation services in any language are available.