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Living With A Soft Tissue Injury

Soft tissue injuries are often minimized as minor, but they can cause long-term damage and impact your life in many ways. We understand soft tissue injuries at Klaiman Edmonds LLP in Toronto and are committed to helping victims understand their rights and options to recover benefits.

Healing From Your Injuries

Soft tissue injuries can take a long time to heal. Even after they have healed, scarring can lead to serious problems, including chronic pain, that are difficult to deal with if you are not getting proper treatment and care.

Soft tissue injuries can happen after a car accident, bicycle accident, slip-and-fall, tourist accident or any accident where your body has been strained or sprained. Soft tissue injuries most often affect muscles, tendons and ligaments and can involve sprains, strains, tendinitis, bursitis and contusions.

Strong Advocates Against The Insurance Company

We know how insurance companies view these claims. Yours will likely determine that you have healed from your injuries and disregard your pain. This can make it difficult for you to recover benefits. As your lawyers, we will advocate for you and provide strong representation to help you pursue your claim.

The litigation process is complex. We have more than 30 years of litigation experience. This is important because we know how to find a resolution in your case, even if it doesn’t end up in trial.

We know you will have questions about your claim. We will answer your questions and guide you through the process of pursuing a claim so you know what to expect and you are comfortable with the steps we take in your case.

Contact Us To Discuss Your Injuries

You may have a claim even if the insurance company has told you otherwise. We will review the accident, how the injuries have impacted your life and what options are available to pursue a claim. Fill out our online contact form or call 416-907-4726 to schedule a consultation with us. We speak English and French.