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Muscle Sprain, Strain & Tear Specialists - MO Work Comp Lawyers

We are Missouri Lawyers specialized in Work Comp Muscle Tear and Sprain and Strain Injuries

 

Missouri Muscle Tear and Sprain and Strain Lawyers

The body is composed of what is commonly referred to as hard tissue and soft tissue. A soft tissue injury results from damage to muscles, ligaments and tendons in the body.  A resulting soft tissue injury can be caused a single traumatic blow or jerk or from repetitive use over time.  A significant soft tissue injury can produce significant pain and disability.  Despite the pain that a victim of a soft tissue injury experiences, a soft tissue injury often does not appear on diagnostic testing such as on an MRI.

Whiplash Injury is a soft tissue injury caused by the head and neck being projected forward and then back in one traumatic movement.  Whiplash can result in damage to ligaments and muscles in the neck.

Common forms of soft tissue injuries include strains which are stretches or teases of ligaments in the body.  A strain is an injury to muscle or tendon connected to the bones in the body.  A contusion is a deep bruise causing pooling of blood internally within the body.  A subluxation is a result of misalignment of vertebrae within the spine resulting in irritation of nerves and symptoms of pain throughout the body.

Recovery and disability resulting from a soft tissue injury can vary based upon the circumstances and the treatment that is received following an injury.  While soft tissue injuries are sometimes hard to diagnose, the resulting pain and disability is certainly real to victims of such injuries.  Obtaining sufficient and proper medical treatment and physical therapy is the key to recovery from a soft tissue injury.  It is also important to receive experienced legal counsel and document your injuries to ensure full complete compensation for your injury.


Results-Oriented Representation

We work diligently to obtain the most favorable result possible in your case. We aggressively pursue a settlement that covers your medical bills and rehabilitation as well as provisions for the improvement of your work space to minimize the possibility of future injury. We know that each case is different and we pride ourselves on our ability to create customized solutions that address the unique needs of your case.

We have represented clients in a countless muscle tear and sprain and sprain Missouri Work Comp injury claims, including:

  • Sprain/strain of the lumbar back
  • Sprain/strain of the thoracic spine
  • Sprain/strain of the shoulder
  • Sprain/strain of the elbow
  • Sprain/strain of the wrist
  • Sprain/strain of the hip
  • Sprain/strain of the knee
  • Sprain/strain of the ankle
  • Tennis elbow (also known as cubital tunnel syndrome)
  • Trigger finger injuries
  • Tendonitis

We will look at the injured body part and medical evidence to determine how to obtain full and complete recovery in your particular case.

No Recovery, No Fee!

The Hein Law Firm takes injury cases on a contingency basis. This means you will only pay attorney's fees if we obtain compensation for you. For a free consultation with a Missouri Sprain and Strain Work Comp Lawyer, call us at (314) 645-7900 or contact us online.

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