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Justice After A Motor Vehicle Accident

Motor vehicle accidents are among the leading causes of death and serious injury in the United States. If you have been injured in a car accident, you know how it can affect the rest of your life. You are likely suffering pain and other symptoms and may even face permanent disability. Meanwhile, you are your family are stuck with enormous medical bills and the loss of your income.

A personal injury claim can help you recover compensation for your damages after a car accident, but you need help from an experienced personal injury lawyer to successfully recover all the compensation you deserve.

At Roth Law Offices, LLC, in Granite City, Illinois, we help the injured and their families fight for justice and full compensation in a wide range of personal injury claims, including motor vehicle accident cases involving:

  • Car accidents
  • Truck accidents
  • Bus accidents
  • Motorcycle crashes
  • Pedestrian accidents
  • Serious injury
  • Wrongful death
  • Comparative negligence

Our attorney, Ronald A. Roth, has been representing clients for more than four decades and is one of the most experienced personal injury trial attorneys in Madison County. He has worked as an insurance defense lawyer as well as represented the injured, giving him insight into how both sides build their cases and intimate knowledge of the strategies that can best help his clients succeed.

What If You Were Partly At Fault?

In Illinois and Missouri you need not be completely blameless in an accident to recover damages. You should speak with an attorney to determine whether the facts are such that you should proceed to make a claim.

Both Illinois and Missouri adhere to the legal doctrine of comparative negligence under which a person who is partly at fault for an accident can still collect compensation. Courts in this situation determine each driver’s fault as a percentage. The Court assesses damages and reduces an injured party’s damages by their percentage of fault. While this is a fairly complicated process, it is simple to lawyers who are familiar with it.

Contact Us

Speak to an experienced personal injury lawyer as soon as you can after an accident to learn about your legal options. Get started by calling our office at 618-931-5000. You can also contact us by email.