Minnesota Myofascial Pain Attorney

Muscle pain or pain and inflammation in the soft tissues of the body is known as myofascial pain.  It can strike for various reasons and many people will experience myofascial pain after a serious injury or accident.  You could be eligible for financial compensation if your injury was due to another person’s negligence or lack of care.

Causes of Myofascial Pain

Often caused by a serious injury or excessive strain on a specific muscle from repetitive activity over a long period of time, myofascial pain can be associated as a worker’s compensation issue or work-related lawsuit.  Other types of myofascial lawsuits include:

  • Motor vehicle accidents
  • Premise liability
  • slip and fall accidents
  • spinal injuries
  • workplace related injuries
  • carpel tunnel syndrome

The back, neck, shoulder, legs, pelvis and arms are the most common areas to experience myofascial pain.  It is a deep ache that can worsen in specific situations and you can also experience muscle and joint stiffness, in addition to tension or a tight spot in the muscle where the pain is.  The pain can come and go or it can be chronic.

Myofascial Pain Lawsuits

It can be very frustrating, painful and devastating living with chronic muscle pain.  Tasks that were once easy to perform, like showering or tying your shoelaces, are now big feats and may require the assistance of others.  In some cases, you be unable to work because of the pain.

At Tarshish Cody, we understand the physical and emotional pain our clients go through when they suffer from myofascial pain and we believe in fighting on your behalf to get you the compensation you deserve so you can focus on recovery.  If you are suffering from myofascial pain due to an injury that wasn’t your fault, you may be entitled to settlement.  Contact us today on 952-361-5556 (or fill out the free Case Evaluation Form) to learn more about myofascial pain and how we can help.

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