Recent St. Louis Automobile Accident and Defective Product Cases

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I recently recovered $75,000.00 for an individual injured in an automobile accident in the City of St. Louis.  Our client suffered a shoulder injury.  The insurance company offered $45,000.00 prior to filing suit, and during litigation, I was able to obtain $75,000.00 for resolution of the case.

I also recently resolved a case against a boat rental company.  Our client was injured when the boat seat that he was using collapsed, causing injury to his left ankle.  I was able to recover $90,000.00 for our client’s damages.

Mogab and Hughes Attorneys, P.C. has more than 50 years of experience winning personal injury cases. Please call us for a free consultation at 314-241-4477.

 

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