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

Driving on a Suspended License in Missouri

Driving on a suspended license comes with severe consequences, such as fines, misdemeanors, and in more severe cases, jail time. If you or someone you love has been charged with driving on a suspended license and needs assistance having their license reinstated or negotiating a… read more

Who Can I Sue if I’m in a Car Accident at Work?

Most of the time, if an employee is injured on the clock, their employer is liable for damages. However, in situations involving a company vehicle or business outside of the office, if an employee is injured, it can be challenging to understand who is at-fault… read more

Who Is at-Fault in a Left-Turn Car Accident?

Liability in left-turn car accidents can be challenging to determine, but in most cases, the liable party is the driver that turned. Missouri Traffic Laws state that left-turning drivers must yield to oncoming traffic, who have the right of way. Common Left-Turn Accidents Traffic laws… 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 Can I Claim for a Broken Leg at Work?

Filing a workers compensation claim can be intimidating, but the process is streamlined and hassle-free with an experienced Missouri Workers Compensation Lawyer by your side. If there’s proof of your injuries, a witness, and your claim falls under Missouri’s Workers Compensation Statute, you can claim all expenses… 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

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

Can a Car Accident Cause Fibromyalgia?

Fibromyalgia is challenging to diagnose and can affect various parts of a victim’s body, but typically affects joints and muscles, such as those found in the neck, back, and spine. Victims living with Fibromyalgia can experience harm or losses in many aspects of their lives,… read more

An Overview of the St. Louis Car Accident Claims Process

The moments after an accident are often riddled with confusion, and it can be challenging to determine what you need to do after a car accident to ensure that your case is protected. Our Missouri Car Accident Attorneys know Missouri’s legal system and have developed an overview… read more

What Happens if I Get Tinnitus After a Car Accident?

Tinnitus is one of the most commonly reported car accident injuries. Tinnitus generally stems from severe impact to the head or neck, and while some cases of Tinnitus can clear up with little to no treatment, chronic Tinnitus can cause serious memory, attention span, and… read more

What Should I Do If My Child is Injured at School?

Schools are designed to teach children essential life skills and foster values such as self-improvement, teamwork, and other benefits that can mold them into well-rounded young adults. However, sometimes, due to a parent, teacher, or another student’s negligence, children can become injured at school or… read more

How Do You Sue for Chronic Back Pain Caused in a Car Accident?

Motor vehicle accidents can cause life-altering injuries that can affect many parts of a victim’s everyday life. The human back consists of several ligaments, bones, and muscles that are connected to other parts of the body, such as the neck and chest, and functions associated… read more

How Much Can I Recover for a Foot or Ankle Injury?

If you suffered foot or ankle injuries in a car crash, slip and fall, or truck accident in St. Louis, you could be eligible to recover compensation. Foot and ankle injury settlements in Missouri are based on factors such as what caused the accident, the… read more

How Do Pre-Existing Conditions Affect Personal Injury Claims?

Car accidents are one of the leading causes of aggravated injuries. During a crash, victims can suffer new injuries, in addition to the worsening of injuries caused in past accidents. Re-injured pre-existing conditions can cause severe physical, mental, and financial damages, but with an experienced… read more

How Much Compensation Will I Get for a Brain Injury?

Brain injuries can be caused as a result of a medical condition, such as a stroke or seizure, or in severe accidents involving blunt-force impact. If you suffered brain injuries because of another person’s negligence, you could be eligible to file a brain injury claim in… read more

What Damages Can I Recover If I’m Paralyzed in an Accident?

Paralysis occurs as a result of conditions such as multiple sclerosis, strokes, and seizures, or catastrophic car accidents that involve spinal cord, neck, or back damage. If someone is paralyzed in an accident, whether partially or fully, full compensation could be recovered with a compelling… read more

Who Can Be Held Liable for a Catastrophic Injury?

If you suffered a severe head, neck, or back injury, that has permanently altered your capabilities and functions related to the site of your catastrophic injuries, such as hearing, sight, and coordination, you could be entitled to damages for your severe harm and losses. Proving… read more

What is the Average Settlement for a Dog Bite Case?

Settlements for dog bite cases can vary significantly depending on a number of factors, but most importantly, if liability is clear, the status of the victim’s injuries, and the state’s dog bite laws. If you need help determining what kind of settlement you are eligible… read more

How Do I File an Allergan Textured Breast Implant Claim?

Global Pharmaceutical company, Allergan, was requested by the FDA on July 29th, 2019, to recall certain models of their BIOCELL textured breast implants after more than 400 women filed lawsuits against the company. According to the FDA, textured breast implants, specifically, Allergan’s BIOCELL line, are linked to a rare… read more

How to Choose a Lawyer

Hiring a lawyer can be overwhelming after an accident. You’re injured, money is a problem, and you probably have no idea how to file a claim or escalate one to trial. Fortunately, that’s where a personal injury comes in. Below, you can find 5 of… read more

What Should You Do If You’re Bitten By a Dog?

When a dog bite accident happens, it’s essential to stay calm and immediately consult an experienced lawyer. An estimated 4.5 million people are bitten by dogs every year, many of which require medical treatment for their injuries. If you are one of the thousands of people injured… read more

Can I Sue for Bodily Injuries if I’m in a Car Accident?

After a car accident, you need to document your injuries, collect evidence of the other driver’s negligence, and speak with an experienced lawyer about the likelihood of recovering compensation for damages. Most of the time, claims are settled out of court, but sometimes, more compensation… read more