New Haven Personal Injury Lawyer
Burger Law represents personal injury victims throughout Missouri and Illinois
Personal Injury Attorney in New Haven, MO. A personal injury can be described as physical or emotional harm due to the negligence of another person, company, or corporation. If you’ve been injured as a result of another person’s carelessness, it’s important to hire the personal injury lawyers of Burger Law to help you recover. Gary Burger and associates are experienced in all areas of personal injury law including car accidents, motorcycle accidents, deck collapse, workers compensation cases, and more. At Burger Law, we understand how injuries from an accident can negatively impact your physical and financial health, and our New Haven injury attorneys are committed to getting you full compensation for the damages you’ve endured. Burger Law has represented many people in Federal and State Court and we have been very successful in providing financial recovery for our New Haven clients.
Burger Law proudly serves injury victims in New Haven with high-quality support through their personal injury claims. Our personal injury attorneys are highly skilled and have recovered over $50 million dollars in compensation for injury victims in Missouri and Illinois. Gary Burger and his associates are passionate about assisting injury victims get the compensation they deserve, and we’re prepared to help you develop and carry out a strong personal injury claim. When you allow Burger Law to take care of your personal injury case you’re able to avoid shady insurance companies they want to see you settle for a fraction of the price. The personal injury lawyers at Burger Law work on a contingency-fee basis and you’re not expected to pay any expenses unless we win your case. If you’d like a free case evaluation, contact our injury attorneys by calling (314) 542-2222 or completing our online contact form.
Personal Injury Practice Areas
Are you in need of a personal injury lawyer, but not located in New Haven, MO? Burger Law also serves: