Catastrophic Injuries Every personal injury case is serious. But sometimes injuries are so traumatic and devastating they’re considered “catastrophic injuries.” These injuries typically have life-changing consequences such as paralysis, brain trauma, disfigurement, neurological damage, or loss of limbs. Closed head injuries, or injuries involving unborn babies, newborns, and small children are typically considered catastrophic. If…

  A real trial is nothing like a TV trial. Some information flies by at break neck speed and other important evidence never even gets to the jury. Here are some things you should know before going to trial.

When folks call my office, they usually have money on their minds- to pay bills, get medicine and feed their families after an injury. Here are my thoughts:

When negligence causes a death, it is hard for the family to cope. The economic losses that go with a wrongful death can be just as devastating. Know your rights under Missouri’s Wrongful Death act.

Part 2 in our series about the stages of a civil lawsuit. Call us if you have other questions.

What Is A Personal Injury Claim? One of the most common questions I get is, “what is a personal injury claim?” Folks hear the term every day. Here is what it means. If you have more questions, contact us without cost or obligation and we are happy to discuss this matter confidentially with you.

What If I’m Partially At Fault Just because you’re partially at fault for your injury doesn’t mean you are responsible for all of your damages. Comparative Fault means that you recover for the part of your injury that you didn’t cause. If you’re in a car crash and you were driving a little too fast,…

Although most do, some injury victims don’t need a lawyer. Make sure you have answers to the IMPORTANT questions if you decide to take on the insurance company alone. Call my office without cost or obligation if you have questions about going it alone.

What Is My Case Worth? St. Louis injury lawyer Spencer Farris discusses how injury cases are valued in the state of Missouri, including some strategic legal considerations. How Injury Cases Are Valued The facts matter. What happened? Was it an injury that went away after a few days, or one that left you permanently injured?…

Legal advice from attorney Spencer Farris on the best things to do after an automotive wreck. Document and Talk About Your Wreck To make the best of a terrible situation, you should be sure to talk about your wreck to the police so they know what happened and how it happened. It’s also important to…

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