What Should I Do If I’m Offered a Low Car Accident Settlement?

If you are looking to recover compensation for car accident damages, the negotiations process can be overwhelming and challenging to handle alone with little to no knowledge of Missouri’s legal system. After an accident, insurance companies attempt to offer low settlements to save money, but… read more

What If I Am In a Car Crash Because of a Medical Condition?

According to the NCBI, drivers with a medical condition are, on average, twice as likely to be involved in a car crash. This could be due to losing control of the vehicle because of an unexpected medical emergency, suffering a medical emergency such as a heart… read more

Part II: Do I Have a Case?

We recommend that you consult a personal injury lawyer to determine whether or not you have a valid car accident case. However, there are three components to personal injury claims that, if answered affirmatively, generally yield a valid case: Was the at-fault party negligent? For example, did… read more

Will My Injury Claim Go to Court?

One of the most common questions we get asked is, “If I’m injured and want to sue, will I have to go to court?” There are a number of different reasons certain claims go to court and the majority of them are settled outside of… read more

Do I Have a Personal Injury Case?

When accidental injuries are the 3rd Leading Cause of Death in the United States, and when you factor in car accidents (60,000 injuries, 5,000 deaths), fatalities on construction sites, medical malpractice, and even dog bites, there are hundreds of thousands of people every year that might have a personal… read more

Do I Have to Go To Trial?

Most people equate a personal injury action with trials seen on television. While an injury victim always has the right to a trial by jury, it is not always conducted in every case. A jury trial is a tool for injury victims to level the… read more