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When looking for a personal injury attorney, think about Noland Law Firm, LLC. They have made a positive difference in the lives of injury victims for nearly 45 combined years. No one intends to be injured in an accident, but thousands of people are injured in Missouri each year. If this happens, you need a personal injury attorney with experience who will give you the attention you deserve.

Many lives are suddenly changed as victims of personal injury are often left with long-lasting pain and suffering – in some cases even changing an individual’s ability to work, significant medical expenses, and emotional harm. Having a skilled personal injury attorney on your side will make sure you are compensated correctly for these things and possibly more. There are a few things that you should not do as an injury client, these include:

  • Give NO statements – these include written, recorded, or oral, to anyone concerning your accident or your injuries without first getting the approval of your personal injury attorney.
  • Don’t talk about prior injuries – do not make any incorrect statements about prior injuries or accidents to any doctor who treats you or examines you. If you don’t remember, say that.
  • Don’t change things – do not change your address or employment without notifying your personal injury attorney.

Some things you WANT to remember; if you were involved in a car accident and your vehicle was damaged, try to obtain pictures before you get it repaired. Make sure to take pictures in color and take lots of them with different positions to show all the damage to your vehicle, the other vehicle involved, and the scene. If you are treated by medical professionals, make sure to save all medical items such as pill bottles, casts, braces, and other items from your doctors. Also be sure to obtain and save all receipts itemizing any and all expenses you incurred as a result of your injury; these receipts must be dated and contain legible and complete vendor information. This includes all insurance correspondence and medical bills. If you’ve had to make any changes to your job – you need to tell your personal injury attorney any of those changes. This includes things like job duties, salary, or anything else work-related.

People sometimes choose larger attorney firms for the “name brand” prestige, only to discover that they are treated like just another file. At Noland Law Firm, LLC, we do things differently. Our firm is not a personal injury “mill” – we take your needs seriously by providing an individualized, one-on-one approach. Our firm also offers the advantage of high-caliber legal experience – our founding attorney, Douglass F. Noland, has practiced law for nearly 35 years. He is certified in civil trial advocacy through the National Board of Trial Advocacy. Mr. Noland has handled more than 200 trials, including a number of landmark cases. His track record of results numbers in the millions of dollars. Mr. Noland’s dedication has earned him a strong reputation in the legal community. He is AV Preeminent peer review-rated; this is the highest rating through Martindale-Hubbell. He has also been selected for inclusion in Super Lawyers and is a member of the Million Dollar Advocates Forum, Multi-Million Dollar Advocates Forum, and certified in civil trial advocacy through the National Board of Trial Advocacy.

If you were injured in an accident and need a personal injury attorney to advocate for your case, contact us today online to schedule your free consultation. Feel free to contact us at (816) 781-5055 with any questions regarding your injury case or any legal questions you may have. We look forward to meeting with you!

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