Helping You To Recover After A Car Accident

There is a wide range of types of car accidents. From major pileups on I-55 to rear-end collisions in residential neighborhoods, wrecks leading to a totaled car and serious personal injuries are far too common in Missouri and Illinois. The loss of time from work, medical bills and stress of being in an accident can have a devastating effect on accident victims, as well as their entire families. Oftentimes, injuries suffered in an auto accident can be severe and life-altering. You may have suffered head injuries, neck and back injuries, nerve damage, broken bones, and other orthopedic injuries.

The Wilbers Law Firm LLC, in St. Louis, understands that your first goal after experiencing trauma and injury in a car accident is to take care of your immediate needs. Getting proper medical care is vital after a serious accident. As medical bills add up, it is also critical for you to build a strong claim to obtain the compensation you need. Unfortunately, insurance companies are loath to pay personal injury claim. We are here to help you get the medical care you need and to maximize compensation for your claim.

Personal Service And Strong Advocacy Are The Core Of Our Representation

If you have been injured in an automobile accident, our experienced attorney will deal directly with the insurance company, whether through settlement or litigation. We will stand guard to protect your rights while aggressively pursuing the full and fair compensation you need to cover:

  • Medical expenses, including future medical expenses and potential surgeries
  • Rehabilitation and physical therapy
  • Lost wages or income
  • Disability or disfigurement
  • Pain and suffering

Turn To A Caring Law Firm That Will Fight To Obtain Optimal Results For You

Call 314-667-4586 or send us an email to arrange a no-obligation consultation with a skilled personal injury lawyer. Se Habla Español. We serve clients in St. Louis, Jefferson City, along the I-55 corridor, as well as throughout Missouri and Illinois. We do not charge a fee unless we recover financial compensation for you.