Soft Tissue Injuries Are Severe. You Deserve Compensation.
If you or a family member has suffered whiplash or another soft tissue injury due to an act of negligence, it is important to enlist an attorney who understands that these injuries can be as debilitating as other catastrophic injuries. At Bailey & Burke, you will find attorneys who understand the severity of soft tissue injuries and will work to get you the compensation you are entitled to.
We have been representing soft tissue injury victims in Massachusetts since 1971. We have a success rate of 99.6 percent in these and other personal injury cases, a record we have earned by being willing to fight for the needs of our clients.
We work on a contingency basis so there is no cost to you until we get compensation for you. Our fees are based on a reasonable percentage of that compensation. Contact The Law Offices of Bailey & Burke today for a free consultation.
What Is A Soft Tissue Injury?
The term soft tissue injury is used most frequently by insurance companies in an attempt to undercut the severity of the injuries. They work hard to make these injuries seem minor so they can avoid paying out full compensation. We work hard to prevent this.
The type of soft tissue injury we handle most commonly is whiplash, a neck and back injury that results most often from motor vehicle accidents. This is a serious injury that often disguises other injuries such as herniated disks.
Soft tissue injuries can involve damage to muscles and connective tissues anywhere in the body. Muscle, ligament and joint injuries may include strains and sprains, which may require physical therapy and even surgery in extreme cases.
In addition to handling whiplash and other soft tissue injuries caused by auto accidents, we handle injuries resulting from:
- Medical malpractice
- Construction accidents
- Scaffolding, roof and ladder accidents
- Heavy equipment accidents
- Premise liability
- Slip-and-fall accidents
- Products liability
- Dog bites
- Sports-related injuries
- Workplace accidents