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Determining the Value of a Personal Injury Case

Under state law in both Illinois and Missouri, people who are injured by the negligence of others are typically entitled to compensation for all of their accident-related losses. Compensable losses include both economic losses, like bills that you incur because of your accident, and non-economic losses, like the pain you experience as a result of your injuries....

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Choosing the Right St. Louis Car Accident Lawyer for You

After a car accident, it's highly advisable to retain an attorney to represent you - even if you're sure the insurance company is willing to settle the case. There's just one problem; there are literally thousands of lawyers in the area that will handle your case, and it can be hard to figure out which one is right for you. At Bruntrager & Billings, we have over 65 years of experience helping injured victims recover and are happy to offer no-obligation consultations, so you feel free to talk to other lawyers. Below are some of the factors you should consider...

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The Injury Risks Associated with Labor Day

With Labor Day around the corner, many of us are planning our annual unofficial end-of-summer festivities. Whether you are planning on heading down to the lake for one last weekend on the water or plan to spend your holiday in the backyard with friends and family, it's important to keep in mind that, like every other holiday, Labor Day exposes our loved ones and us to an increased risk of injury. Some of the most common causes of Labor Day injuries are discussed in the material below. For more information or to discuss the specifics of your case with a St. Louis personal injury attorney, call our office today. Accidents...

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4 Auto Insurance Company Tactics to Watch Out For

As a car accident victim, it’s important that you are aware that most car accident cases never see the inside of a courtroom, but rather are resolved through the insurance settlement process. This process involves the victims and the at-fault driver’s insurance company reaching an agreement where the insurance company pays the victim in return for a release from any further liability. It's critical to understand that insurance companies are for-profit entities, and they make their money by paying out as little as possible on every claim they receive. For this reason, it is highly advisable for every car accident victim to retain an attorney to represent them throughout the...

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