Let us say you’ve been in an accident and you obtained an injury from it. If the accident is due to the negligence of another party such as a person, company, organization or a government agency, you have the right to demand for the right amount of compensation. As such, you need to hire a personal injury lawyer to help you. In this case, the compensation that you will receive will solely depend on the damage and the injury you obtained from the accident. Technically speaking, there are several types of injury. But in this article, we are going to focus on a soft tissue injury, which is different from the usual types of injury. The main question: how much compensation can you claim for a soft tissue injury?
Soft Tissue Injury
Before we’re able to determine the amount of compensation for a soft tissue injury, let us define first what it is. Generally, soft tissue injuries are a generic term used to describe injuries that affect muscles, ligaments, nerves and tendon. The most common soft tissue injuries consist of contusions, sprains, strains, tendinopathies, and bursitis and stress injuries.
What Evidence to show?
Before you file a case or a demand, it is necessary that you have all the necessary documents, which will serve as evidences to support your claim. Some of the evidences that you can show are CCTV footage, Witness statements, photographs, accident book records and medical reports.
How much compensation can you claim?
Some of the most common areas where soft tissue injuries occur are your neck, back and shoulders. Each part of your body differs the amount of compensation. You can get up to £6,920 for your back injury, £6,920 for your neck injury and £3,810 for your shoulders injury considering a full recovery takes place within a period of 1 – 2 years one. Hence, you may rightfully claim the compensation of one sure insurance.