Torn Muscles Ligaments and Tendons
Sept. 25, 2020
Torn muscles, ligaments and tendons often result from car wrecks and can result in considerable pain and some level of incapacity to function normally.
Torn Muscles, Ligaments and Tendons
A tear in a muscle, ligament or tendon is usually caused by trauma such as a motor vehicle accident or slip and fall incident. Torn muscles, ligaments or tendons can result in a “popping or grinding” sound, pain with movement, swelling and loss of range of motion (function).
If you think that you have torn a muscle, ligament or tendon, you should seek medical attention immediately. Tears may require physical therapy or surgery in order to restore function, prevent further damage or deterioration, and prevent chronic pain. Almost all tears will require some period of immobility and medication for swelling and/or pain. Even without surgery, recovery may be lengthy and impose severe limitations on your ability to work and otherwise function normally.
If you have suffered a torn muscle, ligament or tendon due to the negligence of another, you may be able to seek damages for your injury. Contact the team at The Rode Law Firm for a free consultation on your case. With over 30 years of experience aggressively and successfully representing victims of torn muscles, ligaments and tendons, they can help you get the compensation you deserve to offset the costs of medical bills, physical rehabilitation, lost wages and other injury-related expenses.