If you’ve suffered from a traumatic brain injury (TBI) that was caused by reckless or careless actions, you may be able to take legal action against the responsible party.
Being involved in a car accident can be a life-changing event– especially if you are injured and weren’t at fault for the crash. Depending on the nature of the accident, you may be able to file a car accident lawsuit against the guilty driver who caused the crash.
Commercial truck accidents tend to be more severe than regular car accidents and result in injuries that can be substantially more severe. If you believe the trucker may have been at fault for an accident in Missouri, don’t hesitate to contact us after learning more about these dangerous crashes.
Serious personal injuries can stem from many different sources, but when an accident or incident occurs which was not your fault or was caused by negligence, you should know that you and your loved ones may have legal options.
If you were injured on the job and believe your employer may have caused the accident due to faulty equipment or poor working conditions, you may be able to seek financial compensation that can go towards recovery costs and more. A construction and workplace lawyer can help you move forward.
When we go to a Missouri hospital or doctor’s office, we expect to be treated with a high standard of care. When this doesn’t occur and medical professionals make an error that causes injury or ailment, we’re able to file what’s referred to as a medical malpractice lawsuit against the guilty professional or institution.
Our elderly loved ones deserve decent care when we decide to admit them to a nursing home or long term care facility in Missouri. Unfortunately, nursing home abuse and negligence happens more often than we’d like to admit. If your loved one is being treated unfairly in a facility, you should take legal action immediately.
When we purchase a product from the store or online, we expect it to work as advertised and not cause us harm. If you were injured by a product that was used as intended, you may be able to file what’s known as a product liability lawsuit against the manufacturer, retailer, or engineer of the product. This helps ensure products are made safely.
Were you injured on someone else’s property? All property owners– including homeowners and business owners– have a legal responsibility to keep their properties safe for visitors. This includes keeping the property well-maintained and free of spills or debris which may cause dangerous falls. A premises liability lawyer may be able to help you recover if you’ve been in an accident of this type.
In addition to keeping their properties maintained, business owners have a responsibility to take adequate security measures to ensure guests are safe should an emergency happen or during a violent crime. These measures include hiring security personnel, utilizing security cameras, and ensuring proper emergency exits are in place.
If these measures aren’t in place and a violent crime, attack, or shooting occurs, you may be able to file a negligent security claim against the owner of the venue.
Dog owners have a legal responsibility to keep their animals from harming innocent people. If you’ve been injured by an unprovoked dog and the owner failed to have the animal properly restrained or leashed, you may be able to file a dog bite lawsuit against the owner.
Have you been convicted of a DWI or DUI in Missouri that you feel was given unfairly or the penalties delivered are too harsh? With the help of a DWI lawyer, you may be able to fight back.
Are you looking to get a DWI or DUI expunged or removed from your record in order to get employment or simply move on with your life? Under some conditions, you may be able to do so by filing a petition. A DWI expungement lawyer can make this process significantly easier.
Looking to reinstate your driver’s license in the state of Missouri after you had it taken away due to a DWI or other type of criminal offense? Our law office can help.
Are you a minor or do you know a minor who was convicted of a “minor in possession” or “MIP” crime involving drugs or alcohol? Missouri laws can often come down too harshly on minors. In some cases, it may be possible to receive a lighter sentence or remove your charges completely.
Owning a fake ID is a serious offense in Missouri. Sometimes law officials come down too harshly on those convicted, however. If you’ve been unfairly convicted of having a fake ID or feel that your punishment is too harsh, you may be able to take legal action.
If you’re being denied workers’ compensation benefits or would like assistance in filing a claim, an experienced workers’ compensation lawyer can make the difference between succeeding with your claim and not. A denial doesn’t mean you can’t try again. Get in touch to learn how we can help.