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The St. Charles car accident lawyers at the Floyd Law Firm fully understand where you’re coming from after experiencing a serious car accident in Missouri. After being victimized by an unscrupulous and reckless fellow driver, we know that you’re likely overwhelmed and need assistance – and our team of experienced accident attorneys is ready and able to be that for you.

Get in touch with our St. Charles car accident attorneys by calling (314) 863-4114 or contacting us online.

Why Hire The Floyd Law Firm for Your Car Accident Case?

Since 1959, The Floyd Law Firm has given legal assistance to car accident victims like you. In that time, we’ve received jury verdicts of up to $1.96 million in car accident cases.

If you’re ready to recover after experiencing the anguish of a St. Charles car accident, contact us. Our St. Charles car accident attorneys are than ready to help you by providing you with a free, no-obligation car accident case review and consultation.

What Compensation Can I Recover After a St. Charles Car Accident?

Pain and suffering, emotional distress, mounting medical bills, and property damage are some horrible consequences of being in a car accident. Thankfully, you may be able to recover these damages through a car accident claim. To learn more about what damages you may be able to recover, connect with one of our experienced St. Charles personal injury lawyers.

How Long Do I Have to File a Car Accident Claim in Missouri?

In Missouri, most personal injury cases are governed by the same statute of limitations, meaning the time you can bring a suit against a negligent third party in court. The statute of limitations in Missouri is typically five years from the date the accident occurred for car accident cases (Revised Statutes of Missouri Section 516.120).

Who Can Be Held Liable in a St. Charles Car Accident?

Pure Comparative Negligence

In Missouri, the legal principle of pure comparative negligence (called pure comparative fault) is applied in car accident cases. This means that even if an individual is overwhelmingly at-fault for the accident, they can still recover damages proportionate to the other party’s degree of fault. For example, if the negligent third party is 90% at fault for the accident, they can still attempt to recover damages of 10% (Revised Statutes of Missouri Section 537.765).

At-Fault Liability Coverage

Missouri follows an at-fault insurance system, which means that the driver found at fault for the accident is responsible for covering the damages resulting from the collision. According to the Missouri Department of Insurance, this typically involves the at-fault driver’s liability insurance.

Missouri Car Accident Statistics

Car accidents are a primary cause of preventable death in the United States. According to research by the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), out of the 29 most wealthy countries in the world, the United States ranked #1 for motor vehicle accident fatalities.

In Missouri, 881 fatalities resulted from motor vehicle accidents in 2020, with 36.3% resulting from collisions with other drivers (National Highway Safety Traffic Administration).

Contact a St. Charles Car Accident Lawyer Today

When dealing with the aftermath of a car accident, you likely need a helping hand – and The Floyd Law Firm is ready to offer it. Call (314) 863-4114 or book your free consultation online today.