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Commercial Vehicle Accident Lawyer in St. Louis, Missouri

Drivers of delivery vehicles and commercial trucks do not always drive safely. To meet their schedules they sometimes take needless risks on our streets and highways. The result can be a serious or fatal accident.

At The Roberts Law Firm P.C., we help injured people and the families of wrongful death victims obtain compensation for their losses. We are experienced personal injury advocates who are determined to succeed for our clients.

Building a Strong and Effective Case

Our firm undertakes comprehensive efforts to obtain results for you. We will:

We will pursue your case aggressively at every stage of the legal process. Our goal is to obtain maximum compensation for you.

The Experience, Knowledge and Resources Needed for Success

The Roberts Law Firm P.C. is an experienced law firm with a record of experience in civil litigation with an emphasis on personal injury and wrongful death cases stemming from vehicle accidents. In addition to Roberts’s extensive experience, the Firm will also call upon a network of investigators and medical experts to review your case. Your team may:

  • Visit the scene of the commercial vehicle accident
  • Inspect the vehicles involved
  • Photograph vehicles and the scene
  • Review the logs and cell phone records of the other driver
  • Obtain witness statements.

The Roberts Law Firm P.C. will work to build a strong and successful case for you. See our verdicts and settlements page for more information on our recent cases.

Free Consultation with an Attorney

For a free consultation with The Roberts Law Firm P.C. about a commercial vehicle accident, call 866-585-5643 toll free or contact us online.

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The information you obtain at this site is not, nor is it intended to be, legal advice. You should consult an attorney for advice regarding your individual situation. We invite you to contact us and welcome your calls, letters and electronic mail. Contacting us does not create an attorney-client relationship. Please do not send any confidential information to us until such time as an attorney-client relationship has been established.