Injury Cases We Handle
Serving Missouri, Illinois, and Arkansas
The St. Louis injury lawyers at Schultz & Myers are experienced negotiators and litigators in the complex area of personal injury law. We obtain results for our clients based on skilled representation throughout Missouri, Illinois, and Arkansas. We represent clients in a broad array of personal injury and wrongful death cases. Learn more about the types of cases we handle.
Auto & Truck Accident Claims
Traffic accidents can be devastating, but insurance companies will try to downplay your injury and property damage claims. If you’ve been injured on the road, educate yourself by ordering a FREE copy of Josh’s Book, “The 7 Biggest Mistakes that will Destroy your Car Wreck Case,” Or learn more about the claims process by clicking on the injury blogs below:
- Should I Give a Recorded Statement?
- Should I Sign a Medical Authorization?
- What if I’ve had Surgery before the Crash?
- How Important is a Police Report?
- How Long do Personal Injury Claims Take?
- What should I Look for in an Injury Lawyer?
- Will My Case go to Trial?
- Will My Insurance Rate go Up if I File a Claim?
There are few things harder for a parent to experience than when their child is severely injured due to the negligence of an individual or a company. As fathers themselves, Stephen Schultz and Josh Myers understand. In fact, the founding partners travel to various Missouri School Districts specifically to teach drivers and kids about bus safety.
In addition to bus accidents, our lawyers represent parents and children when kids are hurt in accidents involving car seats, dangerous toys, defective products, and unkempt premises. Learn more about specific child injuries from our personal injury blogs below.
- School Bus Accidents
- Backover Accidents
- Car Seat Do’s and Don’ts
- Booster Seat Resource
- Swimming Pool Drain Safety
- Dangerous Halloween Costumes
- Most Dangerous Toys Ever Made
- Toy Injuries up 40% since 1990
Dog bites and animal attacks account for more than a third of all homeowners’ insurance liability claims. It is primarily the dog owner’s responsibility to take precautions when their dog is around humans—especially children. Sadly, more than half of all dog bites affect children, and the sheer strength of a dog’s jaw can leave devastating results.
If you or your child has been bitten by a dog, wash the bite immediately if possible, see a doctor, and report the incident to animal control. They will investigate the dog to ensure that the animal has had all of the necessary vaccines and determine whether or not an anti-rabies treatment is necessary. Additionally, call a St. Louis dog bite lawyer at Schultz & Myers so that we can deal with the insurance adjuster.
You can learn more about pet insurance, dog bite prevention, and Missouri Bite Laws by clicking in the injury blogs below.
- Pets and Homeowner’s Insurance
- Is the Landlord Liable when a Tenant’s Dog Bites?
- Teach Kids Dog Responsibility
- Missouri’s “One Bite Rule”
It’s important to understand that workers’ compensation laws can vary greatly from state to state. Missouri, Illinois, and Arkansas each have a unique set of laws regarding employees who have been injured on the job. While these laws were created to ensure that employees receive fair compensation for their injuries or disabilities, employers have been known to disregard these laws and fail to pay their injured employees what they’re entitled to.
Our workers’ compensation lawyers are available to help you with your work comp claims from the beginning. If you’ve been injured in a construction accident or slip & fall injury on the job, call a St. Louis workers compensation attorney at Schultz & Myers for a free consultation.
Drug Recalls & Medical Malpractice
While many hospitals, nursing homes, and family doctors provide excellent care to their patients, doctors, nurses, and hospital staff have been known to make medical mistakes. Sometimes these mistakes can cause birth defects, serious injury, and even death. If you or a loved one has been injured as a result of medical malpractice, nursing home neglect, or a dangerous drug, contact us today.
None Of The Above?
If your claim does not fall squarely into one of these categories, contact our office (314) 444-4444. In addition to the practice areas listed above, we have experience with traumatic brain injury victims, jones act claims, dram shop claims, and insurance bad faith claims.
Calling a personal injury lawyer in St. Louis, Missouri at Schultz & Myers will at least give you a starting point for your case, and we’re happy to point you in the right direction for free. We’ll let you know if you are better off representing yourself, or, if we think you might be better represented by a different law firm, we can see if we have a partner firm with expertise in your case type.