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A soft tissue injury may not be as serious as other accident-related injuries like a traumatic brain injury or a spinal cord injury. However, soft tissue injuries are painful, and the recovery process may require several physical therapy sessions over a long period of time.
Soft tissue injuries such as whiplash are incredibly common after a car accident. However, it might take hours, days, or even weeks to realize that you’ve been injured. The longer it takes to diagnose an injury, the harder it can be to prove that your accident caused it. As a result, it can be challenging to successfully recover the compensation you deserve.
If the accident that resulted in the soft tissue injury happened because of someone else’s fault, then it is only reasonable to expect the party responsible to pay for the medical expenses and compensate the injured party for lost income. Unfortunately, things rarely turn out the way they should. The person responsible or their insurance company may try to wriggle their way out of their obligation by presenting an argument that would highlight just how minor or nonexistent the injuries are. Even in court, judges and jurors are often more cynical towards soft tissue injury cases compared to other personal injury cases.