Experience + Dedication = Effective Representation For Missouri’s Injured Victims Of Distracted Driving Accidents
Distracted driving accidents caused by texting while driving are reaching record numbers in Missouri and the U.S. — and so are the serious injuries and wrongful deaths that result.
If you or a loved one were victimized by a distracted driver, and you are desperate for sound legal advice and protection of your rights, come to the skilled personal injury attorneys of Whiteaker & Wilson, PC d/b/a Law Office of Stuart P. Huffman, in Springfield.
Our law firm is well-known throughout the region for its ability to turn your description of the accident, in-depth investigation and skillful negotiation into a damage recovery you can be proud of. We use every weapon in our arsenal, including proven litigation skills in court, to win maximum financial compensation for injured victims of distracted driving — and families of loved ones who have lost their lives in these accidents.
Operation of a car, truck, motorcycle, commercial vehicle and bus while distracted is illegal in Missouri. Motorists who use cellphones to call, receive calls or send text messages while driving are breaking the law and putting your life at risk. Our thorough fact-finding and case preparation can make the difference between success and failure for your personal injury claim.
Our determination to recoup your lost wages, medical expenses and vehicle repair costs shines through in everything we do for you. This aggressive advocacy and attentive personal service is delivered strictly on a contingency fee basis. You owe no attorney fee unless we win your case.
Car Accident Lawyers Working Hard For The Maximum Financial Compensation You Deserve
Are you confined to your home or a hospital room after a distracted driving accident? A member of our compassionate legal team can visit with you there to conduct your free, confidential initial consultation. Call Whiteaker & Wilson, PC d/b/a Law Office of Stuart P. Huffman, today at 417-413-5858. Your email message receives our prompt response.