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Car Accidents Attorney Jefferson County, MO

Hold insurance companies and negligent drivers accountable for their actions. The Lowry Law Firm believes that when negligent drivers cause accidents resulting in injuries, they and their insurance companies need to be held accountable.

When you're involved in an injury accident...

Our Jefferson County car accident lawyers can deal with the insurance companies 

Before you deal with insurance companies, please contact us. We can determine what legal strategy will be best for your case. We will help you understand your case and what your rights are.

We can ensure you get the medical care you need. 

Your health is your most important asset. After your accident it’s important you seek medical attention if you believe you might have suffered any injuries.

It is important you see a medical professional as soon as possible after your car accident. Waiting for treatment not only negatively affect your health – as some injuries have symptoms that won’t appear until days after the accident – it can also negatively affect your claim if you cannot prove the injuries you have sustained are a result of your accident.

We will work to secure your financial compensation for you. 

The best result of your car accident case is a quick and fair settlement for all involved, however the best results don’t always happen. Insurance companies won’t play fair and other issues can arise, but our experienced car accident lawyers are prepared to aggressively pursue your case and ensure your rights are protected.

If you have been in a car accident recently and believe you need legal representation, please contact us and one of our car accident lawyers will be in touch.

For more information on what to do if you have been injured in a car accident, please read our steps to take after an accident.

  • What should I do after I am injured in a car accident?

    If you are injured in a car accident, seek immediate medical attention. If you are able to remain on the scene, attempt to gather as much information as you can – identify witness and obtain their statements, take photos if you have a camera, and make detailed notes about what happened.

  • Should I talk to the police?

    You are often required to give a statement to police. However, you should avoid talking to a person whom might be responsible or negligent – the other driver– or their insurance representative.

  • How soon should I call a car accident attorney?

    You should consult an attorney as soon as possible after being injured in a car accident. In most cases there are time limits for filing claims after an injury occurs, and if this deadline passes, your claim could be dismissed. In addition, finding witnesses and gathering evidence to support your case becomes more difficult the longer you wait.

  • How can a car accident lawyer help me?

    An attorney experienced in representing car accident victims and negotiating with insurance companies can analyze your case and determine fair compensation for your losses, including past and future losses. Medical problems caused by a car accident may not be fully recognized for months or even years after the accident. Losses from medical bills, decreased earning potential, and many other problems can raise the value of your claim. Further, dealing with medical bills and insurance company negotiations on your own can be a harrowing experience.

  • How much is my case worth?

    A host of factors impact the amount of your compensation, including the extent of your injuries, physical and mental pain and suffering, the amount and length of medical treatment, economic hardship or financial loss, decreased earning potential, and physical impairment and/or disfigurement. An experienced personal injury lawyer can best estimate the value of your claim.

  • Should I accept an insurance company's settlement offer?

    Adjusters work for the insurance company, not for you. Their job is to settle the matter for the lowest possible cost to the company. Before accepting a settlement, it is always in your best interest to consult an attorney. An attorney will work for you and ensure that a settlement results in full compensation for your injuries, including money for unanticipated medical expenses.

  • Can I settle without going to court?

    Many car accident claims can be settled for their full value without you having to go to court. However, some complex cases, or cases the insurance company refuses to settle, may require that you participate in legal proceedings.

  • How long will it take to conclude my case and how much will it cost?

    Each case is unique. Generally, your medical treatment should be complete, and all your bills accounted for before a settlement is reached.
    If we take your case, we work on a contingency fee basis. This means you owe us nothing unless we recover on your claim.

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