Defective Products ● Medical Malpractice ● Premises Liability
Manufacturers, property owners, employers, doctors, and other drivers can be held financially liable for injuries they cause through acts of negligence. In general, negligence involves the violation of a duty of care and a failure to foresee certain dangers and hazards created by one's actions or choices. Proving negligence on the part of an employer, doctor, product maker, or property owner can be a complicated matter when experts for the insurance company try to shift all or some of the blame onto the injury victim. At the Weber Law Firm, we work with experts across a wide array of fields when preparing and presenting personal injury cases. We inspect accident sites, note OSHA or other safety violations, while working with design engineers and materials experts when defective products are responsible for causing injuries or fatalities.
If you've been seriously injured or have lost a family member in an accident, contact St. Peters, Missouri personal injury lawyer Matt Weber today to schedule a free consultation to discuss your case.
Personal Injury Cases and the Negligence of Others
The Weber Law Firm, L.C., recovers damages for people injured in accidents involving the following:
- Car accidents
- Truck accidents
- Motorcycle accidents
- Premises liability
- Slips and falls
- Inadequate security
- Medical malpractice
- Birth injuries
- Surgical errors
- Emergency room errors
- Defective products
- Dangerous drugs
- Defective medical devices
- Defective auto parts
- Electrical cord fires
- Dog bites
Determining the Cost of a Personal Injury
In order to determine the cost of a personal injury to our clients, Mr. Weber consults experienced medical economists and life-care planners. When considering immediate costs, Mr. Weber takes into account costs associated with hospitalization, surgery, and medical equipment. When projecting costs across months or years, he considers costs associated with in-home nursing care, physical therapy, emotional trauma, diminished quality of life, and lost wages. Mr. Weber also helps prepare our clients for life after a settlement or award by explaining the advantages of a structured settlement or special needs trust and the tax and Medicaid eligibility issues involved.
Contact St. Peters, Missouri, Personal Injury Attorney Matt Weber
There are a number of issues to consider after an accident: how should you deal with an insurance company? Have your medical or employment benefits been activated? Should you apply for medical leave under the Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA) to protect your job? What caused the accident that resulted in your injuries? At the Weber Law Firm, L.C., we can answer these questions for you and ensure your rights and interests are protected.
To schedule a free consultation to discuss your case, contact St. Peters, Missouri personal injury attorney Matt Weber today.