At our firm, our goal is to get you paid. There’s no need to worry when you have us in your corner. As you rest and nurse your body back to health, we’ll be doing our part in the fight for what’s right and fair. While we aim for this process to be as smooth as possible, we’re prepared to take it to the next level if insurance companies and opposing parties aren’t willing to cooperate.
When the car accident isn’t your fault
Whether you were driving, the passenger, or the pedestrian, if you were injured by another automobile, this qualifies as a car accident. While driving has become a right-of-passage in American society, it’s still a privilege reserved for responsible citizens. Texting, eating, grooming, and fatigue while driving are all unfortunate common factors that cause accidents. Whatever the case may be, you deserve to be rewarded for your pain and suffering if you were injured due to another driver.
After receiving proper medical care, you want to take action as soon as possible in receiving compensation for your injuries and property damages. Proving your injuries and damages were at little to no fault of yours will prevent insurance companies from minimizing payout. In addition, Missouri is an at-fault state. This means that the party at fault pays for costs such as medical bills, lost income, and property damage. To ensure fairness, the law states your reward is determined by how much or how little you contributed to the accident.