Car, Truck & Motorcycle Accidents



Injury law is a large category of law that encompasses many sub-categories. To better serve our clients, injury Mike Watkins chooses to focus on a small portion of the injury law practice area.

While many people live their entire lives without any significant injury, many people suffer injury as the result of the negligence of another. Vehicle accidents are one of the most common manifestations of another person's carelessness and negligence. Car, truck and motorcycle accidents often leave victims suffering as the result of head/neck injuries, back injuries, broken limbs, or internal organ damage.

In many cases, injuries do not manifest until days or weeks after the vehicle accident. If you or a loved one has been involved in a vehicle accident, it is important that you do not sign any documents from an insurance company right away. Signing a document from an insurance company may release the insurance company from any future liability and make it difficult to make a claim in the future.

Injury attorney Mike Watkins will meet with you during a FREE consultation to help you understand how the law protects you or your loved one. It is important that you be well informed before making any decisions or signing any documents related to a personal injury.

Contact us to schedule a FREE consultation. Learn how our expertise can ensure your rights are protected.

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1031 Peruque Crossing Ct.
Suite B
O’Fallon, Missouri 63366
Phone: 636.625.6448
Fax: 636.625.3721


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