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Best Personal-Injury Law Firm St. Louis 2001 - Lakin Law Firm

Of the multitude of personal-injury lawyers who represent the little guy, on and off TV, Lakin Law Firm, in Wood River, Ill., has a steady track record of getting verdicts that run in the millions. As recently as two years ago, a $9 million jury verdict Lakin got was challenged in the appeals courts. Lakin lawyers argued the appeal so convincingly that the original $9 million settlement stood. Like other law firms, Lakin does its bit for charity with golf tournaments, blood drives and donations.
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Adam
Adam

A personal injury lawyer is a lawyer who provides legal representation to those who claim to have been injured, physically or psychologically, as a result of the negligence or wrongdoing of another person, company, government agency, or other entity.

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A lawsuit was filed by Valerie Koenig, a woman living in Des Moines who tripped in her son�s house over a carpet-cleaner. She sued due to suffering a leg injury. However, she lost in a Polk County court. Consequently, she appealed, saying that the judge relied on jury instructions already outdated in modern society.

In the past, property owners need to warn allowed visitors and invited visitors on potential dangers. Those who were invited to the property could sue if the owner failed to warn them of these dangers. However, those merely allowed to visit (or �licensees�) could not.

kittytrave

personal injury lawyer

kittytrave
kittytrave

A lawsuit was filed by Valerie Koenig, a woman living in Des Moines who tripped in her son�s house over a carpet-cleaner. She sued due to suffering a leg injury. However, she lost in a Polk County court. Consequently, she appealed, saying that the judge relied on jury instructions already outdated in modern society.

In the past, property owners need to warn allowed visitors and invited visitors on potential dangers. Those who were invited to the property could sue if the owner failed to warn them of these dangers. However, those merely allowed to visit (or �licensees�) could not.

kittytrave

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