Who Can I Sue in a Burn Injury Lawsuit?

Burn injuries are often catastrophic and can affect not just the external site of injury, but internally, as well. If you were burned in an accident, and suffered nerve damage or scarring, by consulting a lawyer, you could sue your employer or the negligent driver… read more

Can I Sue for a Broken Jaw Caused in a Workplace Accident?

A broken jaw, or mandibular fracture, can cause debilitating pain and lasting complications. If you suffered a work-related injury because of a coworker or your employer’s negligence, you could be eligible to sue the at-fault party and recover workers’ compensation benefits in Missouri. What Should… read more

What is the Average Settlement for a Fractured Nose?

If you have pain, bruising, or swelling around your eyes, cheekbones, or nose after a car accident, you might have a fractured nose. Nose injuries are common in car accidents, and while some are minor and heal with minimal treatment, other nose injuries, such as… read more

What is the Average Payout for a Broken Wrist?

A broken wrist can happen in a variety of accidents, such as car crashes, truck collisions, and sports accidents. There’s a broad range of severity when it comes to broken wrists, which is primarily based on whether or not the fracture is displaced or non-displaced…. read more

What If My Car Accident Causes a Ruptured Spleen?

The spleen is a critical component in helping your body fight infection and filtering old blood cells from your bloodstream to make room for newly generated blood cells. If blunt-force trauma to the stomach or side has left you with chronic stomach or side pain,… read more

What If I Have a Punctured Lung After a Car Accident?

There are many different ways that someone can suffer a punctured lung in a car accident, but the most common causes of punctured lung injuries are seatbelts, steering wheels, and dashboards. If your lung was punctured in a car accident, and you don’t know what… read more

How to Sue for Emotional Distress After a Car Accident?

Car accidents can cause debilitating injuries, such as head injuries, back injuries, and other physical injuries that can have devastating effects on a person’s life; one of the most common being emotional distress. Emotional distress can require ongoing behavioral therapy, physical therapy in some cases,… read more

How Much Money Will I Receive for an Annular Tear at Work?

An annular tear primarily affects discs in the neck and back along the spinal cord. When a person suffers an annular tear at work, due to overuse or a traumatic workplace accident, this can cause debilitating injuries that can make it impossible to work, and… read more

How Much is a Soft Tissue Injury Claim Worth?

It is hard to prove the value of a soft tissue injury claim before your lawyer has a chance to evaluate all your losses and sources of compensation. You and your lawyer have to analyze how your soft tissue injury has affected your life to… read more

How Much Can I Claim for a Broken Foot at Work?

The most common Missouri workers compensation claims involve broken or fractured bones. If you suffered a cracked or broken foot in an accident at work, you could claim compensation for medical expenses, pain and suffering, or other damages that stem from your injuries. Missouri Workers’ Compensation Laws Foot… read more

Can a Car Accident Aggravate Arthritis?

Arthritis occurs when a person’s joint becomes inflamed. With regular treatment, most cases of arthritis heal completely, but repetitive workplace injuries to the area or blunt-force trauma in a car accident can cause aggravation to an arthritis injury and cause it to flare up or worsen. Arthritis… read more

Can You Get a Concussion in a Car Accident Without a Head Injury?

Car accidents can be traumatic and cause severe injuries, such as concussions and contusions that can lead to permanent complications, such as memory loss, brain damage, trouble thinking, and in severe cases, and loss of consciousness and coordination. If you think that you might have… read more

How Much Are Neck and Back Injuries Worth?

Neck and back injuries can be debilitating and depending on the severity of the injury, and where the damage occurred, neck and back injuries can be long-lasting and come with permanent challenges. If you are struggling with medical bills, ongoing physical therapy fees, or mental… read more

What Should I Do If I Fractured My Hip in a Car Accident?

There are thousands of car accidents in Missouri every year, many of which cause catastrophic injuries. Hip fractures are some of the most common injuries reported in Missouri car accident claims, and often require surgery, physical therapy, and medication to treat, which can be expensive…. read more

How Long Do Whiplash Claims Take to Settle?

More than 3 million people in the U.S. suffer whiplash after a car accident. Whiplash is often challenging to diagnose, can cause severe back, neck, and head pain, and in some cases, can lead to long-term injuries, such as chronic pain, stiffness, and loss of… read more

Can I Get Disability for Spinal Stenosis?

Motor vehicle accidents often cause painful injuries, such as neck and back pain. One of the most common types of back injuries is spinal stenosis, which is incurable. Spinal Stenosis can be caused by naturally occurring degenerative changes in the spine, but can also be… read more

Can I Still Sue If My Pain After an Accident is Delayed?

The impact a car accident can have on a person is significant and result in severe injuries, such as PTSD or head injuries. If you suffered delayed pain after an accident and aren’t sure if you can still sue for damages, under Missouri’s laws, victims… read more

What Should I Do if I Have Chronic Back Pain After an Accident?

Chronic back pain can affect many different areas of a person’s life, from their ability to perform standard tasks of their job to inhibiting the level of involvement in everyday activities, such as walking or cooking due to persistent, debilitating pain. If you have chronic… read more

If I Suffered a Torn Rotator Cuff in a Car Accident, Can I Sue?

The rotator cuff, which is located in the shoulder, is a common car accident injury that can significantly range in severity, from acute to severe. A rotator cuff injury can hinder a person’s ability to perform everyday tasks if treatment isn’t sought, and the longer… read more

How Much is a Broken Hip Worth?

Hip pain after a car accident can be indicative of a fractured or broken hip, severe bruising, or other hip damage. Symptoms of a broken hip caused in a car accident or sports accident can be present right away, or delayed. Several factors are considered when determining the value… read more

What is a Torn Muscle Worth in a Workers Compensation Claim?

A torn muscle can significantly hinder an employee’s ability to perform daily responsibilities of their job and require extensive, ongoing surgery and physical therapy to treat in severe cases. Pursuing a Missouri workers’ compensation claim could help recover compensation for medical expenses, lost wages, and other damages… read more

What is the Average Settlement for a Herniated Disc?

The human spine consists of 26 bones that are spaced out with a pad between each bone – this “pad” is called a “disc.” If a person suffers a herniated disc, depending on what part of the back the injury occurred in, this could cause… read more

What Damages Can I Recover for a Neck Injury?

The human neck is connected to the spinal column, which consists of dozens of vertebrae, discs, and nerve endings, and is related to various bodily functions. If you suffered neck injuries because of another person, and need more information on recoverable damages for neck injury claims… read more

How Much is My Internal Injury Worth?

Internal injuries, such as punctured organs and torn ligaments, are often caused in traumatic car accidents, sports accidents, and other accidents involving blunt force trauma. Failure to seek immediate medical treatment for internal injuries increases the likelihood of suffering permanent injuries, or in the most… read more

How Much Can I Claim for a Broken Rib?

Rib injuries can occur as a result of several types of accidents, including slip and fall accidents that involve a sudden blow to the chest or upper abdomen. A broken rib can make it difficult to breathe, walk, and perform other daily activities. If you… read more

Can I Sue for a Facial Scar?

Scarring and disfigurement caused by another person are grounds enough for filing a personal injury claim in Missouri. Permanent scars are not only painful at the time of injury, but can leave behind emotional and mental damages long after a wound heals. Suing for a… read more

Can I File a Carpal Tunnel Injury Claim?

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome (CTS) is a sensation of numbness or tingling in a person’s hands, fingers, or wrist. CTS can start minor, but over time, if nerves continue to be irritated, this can lead to chronic severe pain, numbness, and loss of coordination in affected… read more

Can You Sue for Nerve Pain?

The human body consists of thousands of nerve endings located throughout various parts of the body, from a person’s face and neck, to their abdominal muscles, legs, and feet. Nerve damage can greatly affect a person’s capabilities and make it challenging to perform everyday tasks,… read more

Can I Sue My Dentist for Nerve Damage?

If you underwent a dental procedure, such as a root canal or dental implant, but afterward you have more pain than before the procedure or loss of sensation, you could have nerve damage caused by your dentist’s negligence. In most cases, dental malpractice victims can… read more

How Much Compensation Can I Get for a Spinal Injury?

Back injuries tend to be severe, and though some injuries can heal with medication, physical therapy, and other types of ongoing treatment, some spinal injuries, such as paralysis and permanent nerve damage, are irreversible. If you or someone you love has suffered spinal injuries in… read more