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St. Charles County Personal Injury Lawyers

Comprehensive Legal Support for Accident Victims in St. Charles County, O'Fallon & Wentzville

Though countless numbers of injuries occur every year from mistakes or other circumstances, sometimes innocent people get caught in the crossfire when a negligent individuals make poor choices. If you are one such person who was injured by the actions of a reckless person, our St. Charles County personal injury lawyers believe that you should not have to pay for their mistake. Medical bills and lost wages can quickly put you in a dire situation. At Coyne, Cundiff and Hillemann, PC, we believe that the ones who caused this circumstance should be held responsible.

Personal Injury Cases We Handle

Personal injury cases can arise in a multitude of different situations.

The key factor that must be involved is negligence. If a person was acting in an unreasonably safe manner, or failed to take basic precautions to avoid a dangerous situation, and this behavior caused your injury, you could very well be entitled to compensation.

Our St. Charles County personal injury attorneys handle the following cases and more:

Understanding Personal Injury Law

The term "personal injuries" refers to any form of injury to a person's body, emotions, or reputation, in contrast to injury to their property.

Grounds for Filing a Personal Injury Claim

An individual can bring a personal injury claim on three grounds:

  1. Negligence - Under negligence, an individual can be held liable for failing to act with the same level of care that an ordinary prudent person would have exercised under the same circumstances.
  2. Strict Liability - Anyone, regardless of their mental state or intent, can be liable for their actions.
  3. Intentional Wrongs - A defendant's deliberate act. There are many types of intentional torts, including battery, assault, false imprisonment, trespassing on land, trespassing on chattels, and inflicting emotional distress on others.

If you would like support on your case, please do not hesitate to call our personal injury attorneys at (636) 561-5599.

Don't Hesitate to Act

In Missouri, you must file your personal injury case within 5 years of suffering the injury. This is known as the statute of limitations, and though it may seem like ample time within which to act, a properly done case can take more time than you might expect. Be sure to contact a Lake St. Louis personal injury attorney from Coyne, Cundiff and Hillemann, PC as soon as possible. With 117 years' combined experience, our trial lawyers can provide you with the smart representation and personalized attention that you need to win maximum compensation.

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