Soft Tissue Damage
Car Accident Claims in Nassau County
Soft tissue injuries are a common occurrence in car accidents, and often involve the muscles, ligaments and tendons. Insurance companies may attempt to pay you less compensation than you are due for your injuries. This is particularly true in the case of soft tissue injuries, which are not evident on X-rays and as such, are open to challenge.
The Law Offices of Charles R. Gueli has more than 20 years of experience in resolving personal injury claims of all types, and focuses on car accident cases specifically. We believe that each client should receive personalized care. We are committed to providing aggressive and experienced legal representation to those suffering from car accident injuries. When you work with our firm, an attorney will speak with you directly about your case. You will never be passed off to a paralegal or other staff member. The attorneys at our firm possess the diverse and extensive legal background to successfully handle even the most complex cases. In addition to assisting personal injury clients, many attorneys in the New York area retain our lawyers for their personal trial counsel. Dealing with a soft tissue injury can be painful and often include extensive suffering and a long period of rehabilitation. Allow us to review your case today and advise you of the best course of action.
Soft Tissue Injuries in Nassau County: Bruises, Tendon Damage and Ligament Damage
Soft tissue injury may result in temporary loss of function, chronic pain, and bruising. In many instances, the extent of the damage is not fully known until well after the accident. Unless the car accident victim is successful in obtaining compensation, he or she can be left without recourse. The consequences of a soft tissue damage injury such as whiplash can last a lifetime. With a seasoned attorney on your side aggressively pursuing compensation for your injuries, you are far more likely to obtain the amount of compensation that you deserve.
Please contact the firm today so that we can review your case.