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We represent people who have suffered whiplash and other soft tissue injuries from car crashes and other accidents. An injury to the muscles, tendons and ligaments can cause you as much pain and suffering as a fracture. Sometimes these soft tissue injuries are even worse than broken bones. While bones may eventually heal, soft tissue injuries can continue to cause you pain for the rest of your life. Since Ontario’s auto accident insurance is a no-fault system, you will need to file a claim for accident benefits with your own insurance company.
Frequently Asked Questions
What claims do I make if I have suffered soft tissue damage?
Since Ontario’s auto accident insurance is a no-fault system, you will need to file a claim for accident benefits with your own insurance company. We can help you make the claim and deal with any coverage or benefit problems. In addition, we will assess your case to determine if you have the option to sue the negligent party for further damages.
Should I consult a doctor after my injury?
Soft tissue injuries are not always apparent immediately after an accident. The symptoms may take days or even weeks to appear. These injuries can be hard to diagnose because they do not show up on an X-ray or MRI. The insurance company may claim there is nothing wrong with you, yet the pain and suffering from the injury can prevent you from returning to work, returning to work part-time, pursuing a different career, or performing the activities you once enjoyed.
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