Under Missouri law, you are entitled to be compensated if you have been injured or your car has been damaged by a negligent motorist. After a collision, you will eventually be contacted by the other driver’s insurance company. The adjuster may offer you some money and even suggest that he is doing you a favor. However, without an attorney, without knowing your rights, how do you know the offer is fair?
If you have been injured on the job, ask yourself a few important questions. Are you being treated fairly? Is your employer providing you with appropriate medical treatment? Do you trust your employer and its insurance company to pay you the compensation you deserve? If the answer to any of these questions is “no,” please click the link below.
Nursing home neglect and abuse often goes unreported and unchallenged because the elderly and disabled often have difficulty voicing their complaints. However, if you suspect that a loved one has been victimized, an experienced lawyer knows how to thoroughly investigate your suspicions and fight for justice.
Under Missouri law, property owners and managers have a duty to keep their property safe for their visitors. Unfortunately, if you have been injured because of a dangerous condition on the property of another person or company, it’s highly unlikely that the insurance company will make you a fair offer.
Every year, thousands of people are injured or killed by dangerous and defective products in the United States. The companies who design, manufacture and distribute these dangerous and defective products are responsible for any harms those products may cause.
Our mass transit systems are very safe. However, accidents involving airplanes, trains and buses do happen. And when they do happen, they are often deadly. So if you are reading this page because you lost a loved one, please accept our sincere condolences.
Have you or a loved one sustained a brain injury or any other head injury in a car accident, a truck crash, a work accident or in any other occurrence caused by somebody else’s negligence? It is just as important to hire a lawyer with experience representing brain injury victims as it is to be treated by a physician who has experience treating brain injuries.
According to the National Spinal Cord Injury Statistical Center, approximately 12,500 spinal cord injuries occur in the United States every year. Lifetime medical treatment expenses for many spinal cord injury victims exceeds $4 million. And spinal cord injuries may have a direct impact on the victim’s life expectancy. Therefore, if you or a loved one suffered a spinal cord injury in a car accident, a truck crash, a work accident or any other occurrence caused by somebody else’s negligence, it is important that you hire an experienced spinal cord injury attorney.
Survivors of fires and explosions are often physically and emotionally scarred. Winning fair compensation is often complicated by the fact that insurance companies under-value the pain and suffering of the victim, let alone the depression that often accompanies such devastating injuries.