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If you have been injured due to someone else’s negligence, you could
have several questions or concerns running through your head at this time.
Who is responsible for my injuries? How will I pay for these medical bills?
Is there a way to get financial compensation?
Do I even have a claim?
Aaron Sachs & Associates, P.C., our Missouri personal injury attorneys know how to maximize your claim
and pursue the full amount of damages that you rightly deserve. With
100 years of combined legal experience, a proven record of results, and countless satisfied
testimonials, we have proven our ability to represent the innocently injured and bereaved.
Want to know if you have a claim? We are ready to answer your pressing
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Understanding How Negligence Impacts Your Case
You may be entitled to money damages if you are injured or your property
was damaged as the result of someone else's fault or negligence. Take,
for example, an auto accident. If your car is hit from behind, the other
driver probably was following too close or not paying attention. The fact
that the other driver did not intend to rear-end your car does not matter.
Your claim is not based on another person’s intentional wrongdoing
or intentional harm; rather, on the other driver's
negligence refers a person’s failure to use reasonable care or behave in a
way that another reasonable person would act in similar circumstances.
For example, if there is spilled liquid on the floor of a grocery store,
it is generally expected that a reasonably sensible person would clean
the spilled liquid from the floor to eliminate any potential safety hazards.
Failing to clean the liquid could result in damage, injury, or fatality
to another person. By acting negligently and breaching the duty to act
in reasonable care, this person may be held personally liable for any
Missouri Law: What You Need to Know
Missouri is a comparative fault state. This means that even if you are partially at-fault, you may still be able
to recover money damages for your physical injuries and financial losses.
Even if you are partially to blame for your accident and resulting injury,
you can still collect financial compensation that is directly in proportion
to the defendant’s degree of fault.
For example, if it is proven that you are 25% at-fault, then you may be
able to receive 75% of the maximum compensation to which you are entitled.
If you are proven to have no fault at all, then you can receive 100% of
your maximum damages!
Questions? Call Aaron Sachs & Associates, P.C. for FREE.
If you think you may have a claim or have questions about your specific
case in Springfield,
Joplin, or anywhere throughout Missouri, we encourage you to speak with us as
soon as possible. We handle all personal injury cases on a strict
contingency fee basis, which means you do not have to pay any legal fees up-front. Additionally,
we offer free case consultations so you can meet with us confidentially
without having to worry about additional costs.
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