WHIPLASH AND SOFT TISSUE INJURY
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WHIPLASH AND SOFT TISSUE INJURY, MODESTO
Don’t take whiplash lightly after a car accident. Although soft tissue injuries may not seem serious, they often cause long-lasting serious physical damage that goes beyond the pain. A serious whiplash injury can result in a lifetime of reduced mobility and can be an indicator of a spinal cord injury and possibly a brain injury due to sudden acceleration or deceleration. If you were struck from behind in an auto accident, get a complete physical examination by a medical professional.
At Swingle, Van Egmond & Heitlinger, we take whiplash and soft tissue injuries seriously. We work with medical experts and physical therapists to determine the full extent of the injury and need for on-going treatment over a lifetime.
We Focus on the Complex Details That Make a Difference in the Outcome
At our firm, you get more than one lawyer working on your serious injury case. We are known throughout the Central Valley region for our aggressive, intelligent strategies focused on maximum results. Our team combines decades of successful trial experience. We work hard and we work smart. We believe that obtaining a full and fair outcome takes more than just adding up the dollar figures. We get to know you, so we can tell your story and relate the full extent of your financial, social and emotional damage the injury has caused your family.
Whiplash and Soft Tissue Injuries Can Lead to Serious Long-Term Medical Problems
Although immediate pain is often the most prevalent symptom of whiplash and other soft tissue injuries following a motor vehicle accident, the injuries can lead to significant medical problems, including:
- Reduced mobility and arm function
- Permanent nerve damage in neck, arms and shoulders
- Chronic headaches
- Long-term muscle spasms in shoulders, back and arms
- Chronic pain in the upper and middle back
- Herniated disk, pinched nerves in spinal column
“This firm exemplifies how a multi-faceted group of attorneys can work together to achieve positive results.”
- James M.