Farmington Missouri Personal Injury Attorney

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Farmington was initially inhabited by William Murphy, who came to the area from Kentucky, in 1798. The land was still part of the Louisiana Territory and under Spanish rule. Local tradition holds that with the help of a local Indian, Murphy established a home place and obtained a Spanish Land Grant for the property, located along the St. Francois River. Murphy died on route back to Kentucky, and his family established the town in 1800. His son, David Murphy, donated some acreage to the city in 1822 and in 1825, Farmington was officially incorporated. The city grew with its inclusion on the St. Louis and Iron Mountain Railroad and is the county seat of St. Francois County.

At Kennedy, Kennedy, Robbins & Yarbro, LC, we assist people who have personal injury claims in Farmington. There are many different types of personal injury cases. The most common of those cases include:

Automobile/Car/Trucking Accidents
Wrongful Death
Products Liability (dangerous and defective products)
Medical Malpractice
Premises Liability (unsafe residential or commercial premises)

A personal injury attorney will assist you through the legal system, and counsel you as to the value of your claims. Your personal injury lawyer will gather all information necessary to present your case favorably. This includes reviewing insurance information, talking to witnesses, investigating the accident scene, working with your physicians, and, if necessary, hiring expert consultants to assist a jury in fully understanding the accident or the resulting harms suffered. Your attorney will file the necessary pleadings to institute suit, make multiple court appearances to move your case towards trial, and ultimately present your case to a jury for a decision in the event a settlement can not be reached.

The attorneys at Kennedy, Kennedy, Robbins & Yarbro, LC have assisted many individuals to protect their legal rights in a personal injury case. The attorneys have settled and tried many different cases in state and federal courts. The attorneys are compensated for their time in a case through a “contingency fee” arrangement. The amount of the fee will depend on the type of case, its complexity and its anticipated value. There is no cost for an initial consultation to discuss your case.

If you need legal assistance, or for further information about a personal injury, medical malpractice or wrongful death case, please contact Kennedy, Kennedy, Robbins & Yarbro, LC, at (573) 686-2459. Our commitment is to earn your confidence by answering all questions and providing quality representation. If you need to contact one of our lawyers about another legal need, we may also be reached here.