Liability in a Personal Injury Claim Missouri 2017-09-07T02:00:02+00:00


Legal liability means that a person or a company is responsible for doing something that caused personal injuries or property damage to another person. Another word for legal liability is fault.  The person or company that was negligent is liable.

The person who is at fault makes a claim to their liability insurance carrier to ask that they make a payment on their behalf for the injuries and damages caused by their negligence.

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If someone assaulted you and harmed you on purpose the person who intentionally hurt you and caused your injury is liable.

If you have been injured and therefore damaged by an animal the person or company that is responsible for the animal is liable.

RS Law can assist in helping you establish liability and pursuing compensation for your injuries and other accident related expenses such as compensation for:

  •  medical treatment
  • future medical costs
  • lost wages
  • future lost wages
  • damage or loss of property
  • loss of consortium’
  • pain and suffering
  • future pain and suffering
  • punitive damages
  • and more

RS Law has experience with helping someone that has suffered an injury because of the negligence of another person or company.  Call today for a free consultation so a personal injury lawyer can access your case and help you determine which steps to take next.  There are limitations as to how long you have to file a liability lawsuit in Missouri,  so time is of the essence.