$2,500,000 Boating Injury
Electric company settles wrongful death claim in Laclede County, Missouri
Our client suffered a head injury when a person negligently operated a piece of heavy equipment.
Other driver failed to yield the right of way.
Our clients were involved in an accident in Camden County on Highway 54.
Client suffered serious eye injury after being hit in the face with a golf ball.
Our client was struck by a distracted driver and suffered injury to her neck and back.
$650,000 Client's arm was seriously injured due to the negligence of an intoxicated patron at a commercial place of business.
$550,000 Camden County, Missouri car accident. An uninsured drunk driver struck and severely injured our client. Policy limits.
Our client severely injured his leg when he fell.
Our client was hit by a drunk driver and suffered internal injuries.
Our client injured neck in an auto accident.
Car accident with a broken neck.
$500,000 Laclede County, Missouri auto accident. Client suffered a knee injury requiring a total knee replacement. Policy limits.
Morgan County, Missouri Victim of Road Rage Settles Claim for Policy Limits
Our client was crossing a 4 lane street, but not in a crosswalk.
Our client was hit head-on by an inattentive driver.
Our client was on a motorcycle when struck by a car and suffered a leg injury.
An 18 wheeler hit our pedestrian client.
$350,000 Miller County, head on collision when other driver crossed center line and struck our client
Morgan County, $325,000 head on collision on dirt road, disputed liability
$300,000 Client's arm and wrist were injured when her vehicle was struck from behind by an inattentive driver. Policy limits.
A car driver failed to see the motorcyclist and cut into cyclist’s lane of travel. The accident victim was thrown from the bike and suffered a soft tissue low back injury.
Our client was viciously attacked by a pit bull after its owners allowed it to run loose.
$275,000 Miller County, Missouri dog attack. Client was scarred.
A Miller County woman collected $250,000.00 due to the negligent discharge of a firearm in Lake Ozark, Missouri.
Lump sum benefits paid to the surviving spouse.
Our client was hit head-on by a young man who was texting and driving.
Laclede County, $250,000 caused by young texting driver who turned in front of our client
Client tripped over a dangerous condition at a hardware store.
Client's neck and back were injured in a motorcycle accident.
Our client suffered head and pelvic injuries from unmarked steps.
$150,000 Camden County, Missouri car accident caused by an intoxicated driver. Policy limits.
$150,000 Client (a minor) was injured in a car accident in Camden County, Missouri. Neck and arm injuries. Policy limits.
$150,000 RV crash due to an inattentive driver in Morgan County, Missouri. Policy limits.
Laclede County, $140,000 against city, unmarked curb in parking lot
We recovered death benefits to the surviving children of an employer.
An enraged driver rammed the victim and her vehicle, causing damage and injuries.
Our client had a hard to treat neck injury, making recovery difficult.
Client's neck was injured while working on a boat dock.
$100,000 Employee injured lower back while working on the water at the Lake of the Ozarks.
Camden County $100,000 policy paid on shoulder injury
Camden County $100,000 policy limit
Camden County, $80,000 in policy limits from at-fault driver and underinsured coverage from client’s policy.
Slip & fall at a condominium at the Lake of the Ozarks.
Morgan County, $62,000 with minor leg injury
Camden County $55,000 puncture wound to clients leg
Missouri Insurer Pays Policy Limits in Slip & Fall Claim
An accident victim was dismounting his motorcycle when he was struck by a negligent driver in Osage Beach, Missouri.
Due to a complicated accident sequence, multiple insurance policies and numerous injury and death claims, the case was extremely complex.
Moniteau County, Policy limits paid despite probable intentional act exclusion
Dent County, Policy Limits paid by insurance company despite shooter pleading guilty to Murder in the 2nd degree