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Personal Injury Attorney in St. Louis

An injury to you or your family can have devastating consequences. Many of my clients have been unable to work because of an injury, and therefore risk losing their house, cars, and other belongings. However, if someone caused you the injury, you may be able to hold that person or business responsible. Contact a Personal Injury Attorney in St. Louis today!

 

What is an injury?

Personal injuries come in all shapes and sizes. Some people who were injured by someone’s negligence show very obvious signs – perhaps they are in a wheelchair or have scars on their face. But some injuries are less obvious – emotional distress, medical bills, and lost time from work. If you have been injured in any way, seek an attorney’s help!  My blog describes some types of injuries.  You should contact a Personal Injury Attorney in St. Louis today!

 

Must I prove that I was hurt?

Yes! Not only that, you must prove that someone else caused your injuries. It is not enough that you simply got hurt at the grocery store. You must prove that the employees of the store did something that caused you injury, and that you did not do something that makes you more at fault than the store. This can be very difficult to prove, so you will need a Personal Injury Attorney in St. Louis to help you. Contact us today!

 

The insurance company has to settle, right?

Wrong. However, they may make a low offer in order to make you go away. If the insurance company knows their client made a mistake, they will want to settle with you for far less than you may deserve. The insurance company for someone else does NOT work for you and is NOT looking out for your best interests. You must contact a Personal Injury Attorney in St. Louis. Contact us today!

 

What makes a good personal injury case?

As your Personal Injury Attorney in St. Louis, I will carefully review the facts of the personal injury case.  If you have suffered some sort of a loss, you may have a good case.  If you have lost time at work or have a long-term injury, you may be compensated.  We must also prove the the other party did something wrong.  Injuries sometimes occur, but no one particular is at fault.  In order to win, you must prove someone else is at fault.  I have written more about this at my blog.

 

Sean C. Paul, Personal Injury Attorney in St. Louis

Sean C. Paul is a personal injury attorney in St. Louis Missouri.  He is licensed to practice law in the State of Missouri, and has been admitted to practice in the Federal Courts of the Eastern District of Missouri, the Southern District of Illinois, and the Central District of Illinois.

 

 

Read our blog to learn more about us or call us at 314-827-4027 today!

Sean C. Paul, Attorney at Law
8917 Gravois Rd. St. LouisMO63123 USA 
 • 314-827-4027
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