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The Roberts Law Firm P.C. provides representation to victims injured in car and truck accidents and wrongful death cases in Washington County, Missouri.

Truck and Car Accident Claims

The Roberts Law Firm P.C. provides dedicated legal counsel to accident victims through Washington County, including Potosi, Belgrade, Berryman, Cadet, Caledonia, Courtois, Delbridge, Irondale, Mineral Point, Palmer, Pea Ridge, Peoria, Quaker, Richwoods, Shirley and Tiff. Roberts provides free initial consultations in injury cases and can be contacted directly at 866-585-5643 for a meeting in Washington County.

Roberts reviews client medical records and provides detailed opinions to clients as to the likely value of a claim as part of the insurance and litigation process. Such car and truck accident claims commonly occur on Route 21, Route 8, Route 47, Route 185 and Route 32. Roberts handles wrongful death claims and works with families to secure meaningful compensation that provides for the financial future of the family and punishes the wrongdoer that caused the tragic accident.

Maximizing Financial Recovery

As part of an injury claim, the firm works to establish a basis for all possible losses and maximize financial compensation. Roberts provides a complete picture to the opposing insurance company, judge or jury of all losses and pain and suffering that the injured victim endured from the accident. Such damages include money damages for lost wages and lost work, medical bills, pain and suffering, emotional distress and possible punitive damages.

Contact an Injury Attorney

The Roberts Law Firm P.C. can be contacted directly to discuss an injury claim and is available to meet with you in Washington County, Missouri. He can be reached by calling 866-585-5643, 636-530-9199, or by sending a message online.

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