FAQ: How Soon Should I Consult A St. Louis, Missouri, Personal Injury Attorney?

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Personal injuries can occur as a result of incidents like car accidents, accidents involving large trucks, or work accidents. If you’ve suffered a personal injury in the St. Louis, Missouri, area, you know the physical and financial burden can be crushing. You might consider filing a personal injury claim, but most people don’t know if they have a case.

According to Missouri law, you have five years to file a claim. However, according to Mike Wyatt, personal injury attorney at Mann, Wyatt & Tanksley Injury Attorneys, you have nothing to lose contacting an attorney as soon as possible. “A qualified personal injury attorney will assess your case without a consultation fee,” Wyatt said.

With no fee for a consultation, Wyatt suggests there is no harm in discussing your case with multiple attorneys. “By speaking with multiple attorneys, you can get different perspectives and get a sense of whether your case is worth pursuing with an attorney,” Wyatt said.

Contact a St. Louis Personal Injury Attorneys Immediately

If you’ve recently suffered a personal injury in the St. Louis area, contact Mann, Wyatt & Tanksley Injury Attorneys to set up a free consultation today. With decades of combined litigation experience, we have helped clients receive the compensation they deserve for:

  • Medical treatment
  • Rehabilitative care
  • Lost wages from time take off work
  • Future lost income for disabling injuries
  • Property damage
  • Pain and suffering
  • Emotional trauma

Request a free consultation with our team of St. Louis personal injury attorneys or contact us directly at (877) 768-2400.

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Our law firm was founded in 1999 by attorney Scott Mann. With more than 50 combined years of trial and litigation experience, we are one of the Midwest’s most qualified firms practicing exclusively in personal injury, including car accidents, truck accidents, wrongful death, and workers’ compensation.