4 Reasons Why a Personal Injury Lawyer Will Not Take Your Case

If you have talked to several St. Louis personal injury lawyers who have all refused to take your case, you may be wondering why. While you may have a viable personal injury claim, that does not necessarily mean that a lawyer is willing to take your case. Here we list some of the most common… read more

What To Do When Your Spouse Dies In A St. Louis Car Accident

It doesn’t seem fair that when your spouse dies suddenly in a car crash, you are left with the burden of paperwork and bills. It’s one thing to try to pick up the pieces and “carry on” with life as normal, but it’s another to actually get reminders of your husband or wife’s death mailed to… read more

Motorcycle Helmets Have an Expiration Date

You’re probably familiar with the idea of checking the expiration date on that ricotta cheese that has been sitting in your fridge, but have you checked the expiration date on your motorcycle helmet recently? Yes, motorcycle helmets do have definite expiration dates and could become less effective in the event of an auto accident. Ask yourself… read more

How Are “Slip & Fall” and “Trip & Fall” Accidents Different?

People are injured in fall accidents every day. Sadly, both “trip and fall” accidents and “slip and fall” accidents are incredibly common. These mishaps can be dangerous, leading to severe injury and long-term disability.  In everyday terms, these two types of falling accidents are often thought to be the same. But the distinction between a… read more

Missouri Hospital Lien Statute

Click to begin the podcast, or read the transcript below Carrie: Hello everyone and welcome to the Schultz & Myers Personal Injury Lawyers Injury Law Firm Podcast for May 15th, 2015. My name is Carrie and I am joined today by St. Louis injury lawyer, and founding partner of Schultz & Myers Personal Injury Lawyers, Stephen Schultz. Welcome,… read more

How Can You Tell If Your Car Is Totaled After A Missouri crash?

Missourians are quick to assume that the severity of a car crash determines whether or not a car is totaled. To many, a totaled car means one that is crunched beyond recognition.While it is true that those unrecognizable cars are likely to be totaled, the actual definition of a totaled car is slightly different. This legal… read more

What To Wear To A Deposition

7 Tips on Dressing for Your Deposition St. Louis Personal injury attorney, Josh Myers answered the question “What Should I Wear to a Deposition” on our Ask Schultz & Myers Personal Injury Lawyers channel just a few weeks ago, and already, we’re getting several views. This is obviously something that clients involved in personal injury cases are concerned about.Your… read more

Schultz & Myers Personal Injury Lawyers Obtains $2,700,100 For Truck Crash With No Contact

Personal injury attorneys at Schultz & Myers Personal Injury Lawyers have been getting quite a bit of recognition after a recent result of $2,700,100 on behalf of our client.What made this case so significant was that the 18 wheeler truck that caused the crash actually did not make any contact with our client’s vehicle.Our client was passing a semi-truck when… read more

Are There More Car Accidents On Friday The 13th?

Superstitious folks can be quite nervous about the number 13. That’s why you’ll rarely see the 13th floor in a skyscraper.The ancient superstition is likely to have stemmed from the Last Supper, after which Jesus was betrayed by one of the 13 attendees. However, some scholars argue that the fear of the number 13 began much… read more

$1.3 Million Truck Accident Settlement

As many of you know, our firm specializes in representing the injured in personal injury cases, and within that is our subspecialty on commercial motor vehicle accidents.If you’re going to handle a trucking case, you have to know truck industry standards and regulations backwards and forwards.Like many of our trucking cases, this particular case came as… read more