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St. Louis County Accident Attorney

The Roberts Law Firm P.C. is an experienced trial attorney located in St. Louis County, Missouri. Attorney Greg L. Roberts regularly assists victims of truck and car accidents in the surrounding area. The convergence of thousands commuting to and from downtown St. Louis, Clayton, and Chesterfield create traffic and unfortunately, resulting accidents. The numbers that travel major highways like Interstate 70, Route 40, 170 and 270 mean the potential for harm to accident victims is especially great. The Roberts Law Firm P.C. represents clients with serious injury claims and wrongful death claims. We understand the devastating and life-changing impact a bad vehicle accident can have on victims and their families. For assistance in obtaining compensation, contact Roberts directly at 636-530-9199, or contact us online.

Success in St. Louis County, Missouri

Attorney Greg L. Roberts has extensive experience litigating on behalf of car and truck accident victims in St. Louis County, Missouri. This success is due in part to a philosophy of aggressively pursuing claims in negotiations and in court action. Roberts represents each of their clients as individuals and not just another case and feels strongly about ensuring they are compensated to the full extent of the law. For a list of some recent St. Louis County victories, see the Verdicts and Settlements page.

Contact Us Now for a Free Consultation

All injury cases are taken on a contingency basis. This means clients owe nothing unless a recovery is obtained. Contact The Roberts Law Firm P.C. directly for a free consultation by calling 866-585-5643, 636-530-9199, or send us a message online.

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