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Need to talk to an Accident Lawyer in St Louis Missouri?  Contact Joseph Klenofsky today for a FREE CONSULTATION (314) 658-9500.

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One unique aspect of wrongful death cases is that they are governed by individual state statutes rather than case law decided by judges. According to Missouri law, an action for wrongful death can be brought in circumstances where, if the victim had not deceased, he or she would have been entitled to recover damages for the accident. For example, in a wrongful death suit involving a car accident, the person bringing the suit must prove a cause of action for negligence since that is what the victim would have pursued had he or she lived. In addition, the statute specifies who is eligible to bring a wrongful death suit. According the Missouri’s wrongful death statute, the following family members can file a wrongful death suit on the deceased’s behalf:
·      Spouse;
·      Children;
·      Grandkids (natural or adopted); or
·      Father or mother (natural or adopted).
The statute further states that if none of the above members of the family are alive, the deceased’s brother or sister can file suit as long as they can establish their right to do so under this section.

Experienced Car Accident Attorney in St. Louis
Automobile accidents can range from minor to severe causing traumatic injuries or even death. Auto collisions can be caused by careless drivers or drivers operating their vehicle under the influence of drugs or alcohol. Most car accident victims have done nothing wrong. You may have followed all traffic and safety laws and were wearing your seat belt at the time of your car wreck, however you and your loved ones can still be seriously injured in an auto accident.
Common Car Accident Injuries include:
Broken bonesScarring and disfigurementAmputationHead injuriesBrain injuriesBack injuriesNeck injuries/whiplashBruisesParalysisDeath
Common Causes of Car Crashes include:
Texting while drivingCell phone useInattentionSpeedingFailure to yieldDWI- drugs or alcoholAggressive drivingDriving in bad weatherFalling asleep at the wheel
If you have been injured in a car crash due to someone’s negligence, we can help. The Klenofsky Law Firm, LLC can help prove liability and negligence involving an accident.
We have years of experience representing clients with car accident injuries. We can help you prove the extent of your injuries sustained in your auto collision. Injuries are not only painful, but emotional as well.
You should be compensated for the following injuries:
Medical billsFuture medical billsLost wagesPain and sufferingThe loss of a family memberMental/emotional injuries
The St. Louis car accident injury lawyers at The Klenofsky Law Firm will fight the insurance company for you. Why take on that battle alone? The insurance company will attempt to pay you as little as possible. They will even try to minimize your injuries and make you feel guilty for seeking compensation for injuries you did not ask for or deserve. Our firm is specifically experienced to manage car accident injury cases.
Contact our St. Louis Car Accident Lawyers at The Klenofsky Law Firm
Don’t battle the insurance company alone. this does Not have to be David Vs. Goliath. The car accident lawyers and staff at the Klenofsky Law Firm, LLC know how to even the playing field for you. You will never pay us anything out of your own pocket. We make this guarantee to you.
Our St. Louis Car Accident Attorneys are conveniently located at 1717 Park Avenue,.St. Louis, MO 63104. Call us today at (314) 932-5790 for a FREE consultation. You may also send us an E-mail using the contact form provided on this website.

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Wrongful Death Suits and Accidents in Missouri
There is nothing more devastating than losing a family member due to a terrible accident. Unfortunately, nothing can be done to bring your loved one back, but there are some steps you can take to start the grieving process and pick up the pieces in the aftermath of the accident. When a person dies because of the fault of someone else, the survivors may be able to bring a wrongful death lawsuit against the perpetrator. Wrongful death occurs when a person causes the death of another due to negligent or intentional acts. Since a person who is deceased cannot pursue a cause of action for a person’s wrongdoing, the wrongful death lawsuit allows close family members to recover for damages on the deceased’s behalf. Wrongful death claims are usually appropriate in fatal accidents involving cars, motorcycles, trucks, or pedestrians. However they also occur in cases related to medical malpractice, product liability and even dog bites. As experienced St. Louis wrongful death attorneys, we understand how difficult it can be to lose a loved one in a fatal accident.
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