St. Louis Car Accident Lawyers
Injured in an Auto Accident? We Can Help!
Car accidents happen every day, and sadly, those involved often suffer serious injuries. The good news is, Missouri state law grants auto accident victims the right to sue the at-fault party for compensation for medical bills, pain and suffering, and other damages. You do not have to be stuck grasping for straws because of another’s negligence; hold that negligent party accountable through legal action.
If you have been injured, our St. Louis car accident attorneys at DiPasquale Moore are prepared to fight for you. With more than 100 years of collective experience, we have recovered many six- and seven-figure verdicts and settlements for victims of hit-and-run crashes, uninsured motorist accidents, rear-end and head-on collisions, rideshare accidents, drunk driving crashes, fatal traffic accidents, and more.
Some of our past case results include:
- $1,400,000 recovered for a client who suffered broken bones and internal injuries in a car crash;
- $1,325,000 recovered for a client who sustained severe injuries when a speeding vehicle struck his car head on; and
- $900,000 recovered for a man whose son passed away in a serious car accident.
While past results do not guarantee similar results for your case, we will not rest when it comes to your recovery. If we do not win your case, you will not owe us a single dime.
Why wait? Get started with your free consultation today! Contact a St. Louis car accident attorney online or at (314) 926-9144.
Am I Eligible to File a Car Accident Lawsuit?
An accident victim must prove that the other party’s negligence caused the accident to qualify for legal action. For example, if the other driver engaged in any of the following forms of negligence leading up to the accident, there are likely grounds for a case:
- Engaging in road rage
- Making unsafe lane changes or turns
- Driving under the influence
- Texting and driving
Please note: Even if the driver was unintentionally negligent, such as if they spaced out for a second and crashed into the victim’s vehicle, they may still be held liable. This is because all drivers owe each other a “duty of care” when on the road.
In addition to proving negligence, an accident victim will also need to prove that their injuries were a direct result of the other driver’s negligence. Further, they must also provide proof of the damages they suffered. If they cannot prove all these elements (duty of care, negligence, injury, damages), then they will not be compensated.
How a Car Accident Lawyer Can Help
It is possible to take legal action alone, but the truth is that the liable party is unlikely to admit fault and pay what they owe. Rather, they tend to blame the accident victim so as to pay as little as they can. Here’s where a lawyer comes in: They can protect you from accepting any low settlement offers, prevent you from accidentally jeopardizing your case, and even work to strengthen your case.
DiPasquale Moore Will Fight for You
At DiPasquale Moore, we know full well that legal action is about more than money—it’s about getting the financial support you need to heal and holding negligent parties accountable for their actions. That’s why we will fight tooth and nail to achieve the best possible outcome for your case. After all, it is our goal to help you move forward and get back to what matters most to you.