Soft Tissue Injury Lawyers

Last updated on: January 2, 2021


Soft tissue injuries may range from a minor strain that can be easily treated with rest, to a more debilitating injury requiring medical attention, or in some cases, surgery.  If you suffered monetary or psychological damage as a result of a soft tissue injury, you may be entitled to compensation.

Our personal injury attorneys are here to answer any questions you may have.  Call (800) 863-5312 to speak with a Zinda Law Group attorney for a free consultation.  Our attorneys may help guide you through the legal process and help you to seek the maximum compensation available.


If you have been the victim of a soft tissue injury, Zinda Law Group soft tissue injury lawyers may help you seek the compensation you deserve.  Our experienced attorneys understand you are going through a difficult time and we believe you should not have to go through the legal process alone.

Our personal injury lawyers may help you every step of the way.  We can help investigate your case, determine the at-fault party, advise you on potential compensation, file a lawsuit, negotiate on your behalf, and much more.  Our firm has the knowledge and ability necessary to help build the strongest case possible.

Our firm is devoted to providing each one of our clients with top-quality legal representation, without the fear of expensive legal fees.  We cover all legal fees and costs up-front.  You do not owe us anything unless we win your case.  Further, we provide all of our clients the individualized attention they deserve.


Filing a personal injury claim can help you cover medical expenses, lost wages, emotional distress, and much more.  Zinda Law Group attorneys have the knowledge and experience necessary to fight on your behalf and get you the compensation you deserve for your soft tissue injury.  Below are some examples of what you may be able to recover in your lawsuit: 

Medical Expenses

If your soft tissue injury caused you to incur medical bills, you may be able to receive compensation for your costly medical expenses.  This may include your hospital stay, pharmaceutical bills, rehabilitation costs, and more.

Lost Wages

In certain situations, your soft tissue injury may be so severe that you are forced to miss work for days, weeks, or even months.  Our experienced attorneys may be able to help you seek compensation for the wages you lost due to your injury.

Lost Earning Capacity

If your injury causes long-lasting or permanent disability, your ability to earn money in the future may be impacted.  If this is the case, you may be able to seek compensation for your lost earning capacity.  For example, if you were eligible for a higher-paying job before your accident, but your disability currently prohibits you from seeking the higher paying job, you may be eligible to receive compensation for the job you are now ineligible for.

Property Damage

If you have sustained soft tissue damage due to the negligence or intentional action of another person, you may be entitled to compensation for your injuries, as well as any property damage suffered as a result of the other person’s negligence or acts.  For example, if you were the victim of a car accident, the at-fault party could be liable for your soft tissue injuries, as well as the damage to your motor vehicle.

Future Medical Expenses

If you suffered long-lasting or permanent soft tissue injury, you may be able to seek compensation for your current medical costs, as well as any future medical expenses.

Pain and Suffering

Soft tissue injuries can result from seriously traumatic events.  Pain and suffering compensation may be calculated by your current injury, how your life will be affected by the injury in the future, and the psychological and emotional consequences of your accident.  Typically, the more severe the injury, the more compensation you may be entitled to due to your pain and suffering.


There are many kinds of soft tissue injuries.  These injuries refer to injuries of the tendons, ligaments, and muscles throughout the body.  Soft tissue injuries may occur due to sports, exercise, or overuse of a particular part of the body.  Examples of common soft tissue injuries include:

1. Sprain

A sprain is a partial tear to a ligament.  Sprains most often affect ankles, knees, and wrists.  A sprain may occur due to sudden twisting, turning, or rolling movements.  Treatment for a minor sprain involves rest, ice, compression, and elevation.  More serious sprains may require medical attention, such as surgical repair.

2. Strain

A strain is an injury to a muscle or tendon.  Strains are often caused by overuse of the affected area, force, or even stretching.  Treatment may include rest, ice, compression, and elevation.  Surgical repair may be needed if there is a tear in the muscle.

3. Contusion

A contusion is otherwise referred to as a bruise.  This type of injury is often produced by a blunt force, such as a kick, fall, or blow.  Contusions may result in pain, swelling, or discoloration.  Minor contusions can be treated at home with rest, ice, compression, and elevation.  More serious injuries may require medical attention.

4. Tendonitis

Tendonitis is the inflammation of the tendon, which is a flexible band of tissue that connects muscle to bones. Tendonitis is often the result of the overuse of an injury from a repetitive motion. Tendonitis is often named for the sport or movement that triggers the inflammation. Examples of this injury include tennis elbow, swimmer’s shoulder, or golfer’s elbow.

Treatment for tendonitis may include rest, compression, elevation, and anti-inflammatory medicine. Further, stretching and strengthening exercises may help avoid further injury.  If there is chronic pain, steroid injections may be necessary. In serious cases, a tendon may be completely torn, requiring surgery.

5. Bursitis

Bursitis is the inflammation of a fluid-filled sac that provides a cushion between bones, muscles, and tendons. This type of injury may occur due to the overuse of an injury, or direct trauma to a joint.  Bursitis often affects the shoulder, elbow, knee, hip, ankle, and foot.

Treatment for bursitis includes rest, compression, elevation, and anti-inflammatory medicine. Injections may be necessary if pain and swelling persist.

6. Stress Injuries

Stress injuries are commonly caused by repeated motions performed in the course of work or normal daily activities. For example, a stress injury may be caused by unnatural or awkward motions, overexertion, incorrect posture, or muscle fatigue. These injuries are often characterized by pain, tingling, numbness, swelling, or loss of strength of the affected area.

Treatment for stress injuries may include taking breaks, stretching exercises, ice, or anti-inflammatory medication. In serious cases, surgery may be required to prevent permanent damage, although this is rare.

If you believe you are suffering from any of these types of injuries, you may be entitled to compensation. Contact a Zinda Law Group attorney today to discuss your case.


If you or a loved one has been injured due to the negligence or intentional act of another, you may be asking who can be held liable for those injuries.  A Zinda Law Group soft tissue injury lawyer may help determine who is at fault for your injury, as well as who you can seek compensation from.  Below are examples of who may be held liable in your case:

The Business Owner

If a business owner was negligent, he or she may be liable for the injuries you sustained. For example, if you were injured due to slipping and falling in a business or store, the owner of that entity may be liable for your soft tissue damage.

The Other Driver

If you were injured due to a motor vehicle accident, the other driver may be liable if his or her negligence was the cause of the accident. 

The Employer

Your employer may be liable for your injuries if you sustained soft tissue damage due to a work-related injury.

Contact a personal injury lawyer right away if you were the victim of an accident leading to soft tissue damage.


If you have suffered a soft tissue injury due to the negligence of another person, you may be entitled to compensation for your medical bills, pharmaceutical bills, pain and suffering, and more.

Soft tissue injuries may be caused in many ways and may be more serious than they initially appear.  It is always important to get medical attention from a medical professional prior to filing a lawsuit.  A medical professional may determine your injury is more severe than you originally believed.

Call our experienced soft tissue injury attorneys at Zinda Law Group today. Call (800) 863-5312 as soon as possible to schedule your 100% free consultation.  Our personal injury lawyers believe victims should not have to worry about affording a lawyer, which is why we offer a No Win, No Fee Guarantee. You do not pay a thing unless we win your case.

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