St. Louis Area and Missouri Auto Accident Attorneys
Did you or a loved one suffer injuries in an auto accident in St. Louis or anywhere in the state of Missouri?
If you suffer injuries in an auto accident, you may quickly receive a settlement offer from the other driver’s insurance company. That settlement offer regarding your claim may even seem like a fair offer.
However, be wary of settling with insurance companies regarding your auto accident. It takes time to treat for your injuries and to obtain a thorough medical diagnosis.
Often, insurance companies offer auto accident victims insufficient settlements. These offers are insufficient because they do not compensate for all of the losses an auto accident victim may suffer. These losses may include: medical bills, lost wages, property damage, and pain and suffering endured as a result of the accident.
To ensure you receive the help you deserve, you need an experienced St. Louis auto accident attorney working for you.
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Hold the Responsible Parties Accountable
With our in-depth knowledge of your case, we’ll carefully construct a strategy that will identify the root of the problem and secure the compensation you deserve.
Companies and municipalities can be fined if they permitted unsafe practices that led to your accident.
This may include:
- Improper loading of trucks
- Negligent hiring or training
- Violation of HOS rules
- Failure to follow OSHA regulations
- Improper signage or marking
Individuals and other parties in an accident must be held accountable if the accident was caused by unsafe driving practices.
- Drowsy driving
- Distracted driving
- Driving without proper insurance
- Driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol
- Failing to follow the rules of the road
Insurance companies are legally obligated to fulfill their contract with you. A bad faith claim can be brought against an insurance company for the following.
- Unreasonable delay in handling claims
- Inadequate investigation
- Threats against insured party
- Insufficient settlement offer
- Unfair interpretation of insurance agreement
Compensation You’re Entitled to After an Accident
(Including home care, medical equipment, and rehabilitation costs, as well as direct medical treatment, surgery, etc.)
(Including damage to your vehicle, as well as damage to any personal property on your person or in the vehicle at the time of the accident.)
(To compensate if you’re unable to work for a recovery period, or indefinitely disabled.)
(Fines levied against responsible parties for illegal actions or negligent practices.)