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Injured & Can’t Work?

December 2, 2019 Injuries can often lead to problems getting back to work. Stephen discusses both wage loss and loss of earning capacity in a personal injury claim.
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Types of Personal Injury – Legal Definitions

September 23, 2019
The practice of personal injury law (also known as "tort law") covers a wide range of topics, from car accidents to dog bites to defamation.  The list below will help clarify these topics. Vehicle Accidents In the United States, the majority of personal injury cases are related to car accidents....
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When Should I Hire A Personal Injury Lawyer?

September 20, 2019
The most common question after an injury or accident is "When should I hire a personal injury lawyer?" Between injuries at the workplace, vehicle or motorcycle accidents, or slips and falls on private property, it can get confusing deciding when it may be time to consult with a personal injury...
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The 2018 Injury Lawyer Scholarship Winner

July 31, 2018
The 2018 Injury Lawyer Scholarship Winner The Schultz and Myers Legal Group is proud to announce Mr. Andrew Jones as the winner of the 2018 Injury Lawyer Scholarship. We received many applications, and Mr. Jones was who we felt best exemplified the qualities we were looking for. We express our...
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How Serious Does My Injury Have to Be to File a Case?

April 28, 2018
Some accidents cause devastating injuries—amputations, paralysis, even death. But other accidents leave only minor physical damage. At Schultz & Myers, many of our clients tell us that they almost didn’t contact a St. Louis personal injury lawyer because they thought their injuries were too...
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