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I have practiced many years in the area of personal injury achieving exceptional results for my clients. These results range from receiving a Judgment of two and a half million dollars ($2,500,000.00) for a client that had been sexually molested by a man who won the Missouri Lottery to routine traffic vehicle collision cases. There is no reason to think that your case may be too big or too small for me to handle. If you have been injured in an accident, then please get in touch with me and discuss your rights.

I regularly work on these cases on a contingent fee basis. This means that you do not pay me unless I obtain a financial recovery for you.

Please contact me by calling 314-788-4075 or filling out my online contact form and I will be happy to further discuss with you what fees and costs you can expect in these cases. I regularly worked with financial experts and the doctors treating my clients for the purpose of determining the extent of my client’s physical and financial injuries. I have worked with other top personal injury attorneys in the area to ensure that my clients receive the most for their cases.

Listed below are more results from some of my past cases.

Ex-Jeweler Convicted Of Switching Stones

Jim and Tammy Neal discovered that diamonds aren’t forever – especially when someone switches the stone. The Neals were stunned when they found out the diamond engagement ring Jim had bought Tammy was zircon – an imitation diamond. Prosecutor Bret Rich said Jim Neal, 27, had worked in the same strip shopping center in Florissant where Crowder’s Jewelry was located. Read More

Government Union Official Charged With Felony Theft

The president of Local 900 of the American Federation of Government Employees used a union credit card to rack up more than $20,000 in personal expenses, authorities say. Assistant prosecutor Bret Rich indicted Andrew Wallace and charged him with felony theft. Read More

Man’s Missteps May Lead To Boot

Florian Brown was a native German with six years in the Army Reserves, a budding career and an impending marriage. He was stunned to face deportation proceedings after pleading guilty to a drug charge case involving his roommate. His supporters say he is a victim of a crime he didn’t commit, bad legal advice and tougher immigration laws that no longer tolerate missteps by foreigners living in the U.S. Read More