Ronald BrownShow Phone Number
720 Olive Street
St. Louis, MO 63101
Brown & Crouppen
Our attorneys are dedicated to personal injury legal issues that include:
Brown & Crouppen’s formula for success is simple: listen to the client, analyze the case, apply our legal knowledge and develop the best legal strategy to meet the client’s objectives and satisfy the justice system. Staying informed and educated about your legal rights is an important step toward a successful resolution.
The below facts about legal situations are provided to help you stayed informed:
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The magnitude of America’s car accident problem is staggering. Every year there are more then 5 million motor vehicle accidents. Every day of every year 115 people die on our roads, that’s over 40,000 yearly or almost the same number who died in the Vietnam War. In addition almost 3,500,000 are injured and the economic cost directly resulting from these car accidents amounts to over $150,000,000,000 yearly. These incredible statistics give some idea why the Brown and Crouppen accident lawyers devote so much time to car accident cases.
If you have been injured in a preventable automobile accident, or have lost someone to a fatal mishap, you may be entitled to recover monetary damages from those responsible. To succeed in a claim against another driver, it is necessary to show that he or she was negligent, that is, failed to act reasonably and in a manner which respects the safety of other drivers. Litigation is intended to restore the injured person to the position he or should would have been in had the accident never occurred. While money can never compensate adequately for serious personal injury or death, an innocent party is entitled to just and fair damages to compensate so far as is possible for their injury and losses.
Legal cases are won or lost on the available evidence and the following information should be obtained and preserved for your attorney as soon as possible:
- The other driver’s name, address, date of birth, telephone number.
- The other driver’s license number and insurance company name and policy number.
- The name and badge number of the attending police officer.
- The names, addresses and phone numbers of any witnesses.
- Attend a doctor or hospital to document any injury.
- Make a detailed personal note about the accident as soon as possible.
- A diagram of street layout, position of vehicles and location of witnesses.
- Photograph the accident scene, damage to the vehicles and any visible injuries.
St. Louis Missouri Personal Injury Lawyers