St. Louis City Center Personal Injury Law Office
Page Law: Personal Injury & Family Law
462 N Taylor Ave. Ste 201
St. Louis, Missouri 63108
Phone: (314) 802-7382
Directions from Downtown St. Louis (City Street Directions)
- Take S Jefferson Ave. toward Market St. Drive about .2 miles.
- Take a left onto Olive St. Drive about .8 miles.
- Take a slight right to stay on Olive St. Drive 1.7 miles
- Turn left onto N Taylor Ave.
- 462 N Taylor Ave # 201, St. Louis, MO 63108 is on the left.
Directions from South County (Highway Directions)
- Take I-44 East toward downtown St. Louis.
- Take EXIT 287A toward Kings highway and Keep left.
- Left onto S Kings highway Blvd. toward Washington University Medical Center.
- Drive about 1.8 miles.
- Turn right onto Lindell Blvd. Drive about .4 miles.
- Take the 3rd left onto N. Taylor Ave. Drive about .4 miles.
- 462 N Taylor Ave # 201, St. Louis, MO 63108 is on the right.
- If you reach Olive St. you’ve gone a little too far.
What is a free personal injury consultation?
People injured in accidents typically have similar questions. During your free consultation we will cover the things accident victims typically want to know. You’re welcome to bring any and all your own questions and concerns so that we can give you the answers you’re looking for. There is no obligation or pressure to become a client. We have a passionate team focused on helping people who have been injured so it’s a great time to get your questions answered and see if we’re a good fit for you.
What should I bring with me to my appointment?
We are asked this a lot. It depends what stage your case is in. If your accident just happened, you probably have less to bring than if the accident happened a year ago. The following is a solid list that will help make the most out of the consultation. If you don’t have the documentation, it’s not a big deal. It’s also normal to just talk about your general case facts during the first appoint, since many people don’t have a lot of documents right after an accident.
- Accident Report
- The names, addresses, and phone numbers of everyone involved in the accident
- Contact information for everyone that witnessed the accident or the aftermath
- Ambulance information
- Emergency Room information
- Urgent Care information
- Hospital information
- General practitioner information
- Specialist information (orthopedic surgeon, neurosurgeon, neurologist, etc.)
- Employer information
The list above is not all-inclusive, but it will get you thinking on the right track.
Can I do my free personal injury consultation & legal case review over the phone?
Not a problem. Many people injured in accidents choose to do the consultation over the phone. In addition to being injured, we understand you may be extremely busy with work, school, kids, activities, etc. If you choose to do a free consultation over the phone, you can provide us with the information above verbally during the call. If there is something we need to see, you can fax or email the documents. You can even take a picture of a document with your phone and text it to us. Whatever the situation, we will make it work.
What can I expect during my free injury consultation?
We start with the basics. We talk about how the accident happened and we determine how fault will likely be assessed. We go over the accident report and see if you agree or disagree with the way it’s written. Police officers are extremely busy, and they sometimes make mistakes. We will discuss significant evidence and any witnesses to the accident.
We will discuss the medical treatment you received right after the accident up through the consultation date. We will go over your medical providers and make sure we have a comprehensive list so we can collect the medical records and bills from each provider if you choose to move forward.
Most importantly, we will discuss how the accident has affected your life. It’s important for us to get a full understanding of what you are going through. You get the best advice when we have a clear picture of what you are going through.
How long will my first appointment with Page Law take?
The consultation usually lasts about an hour. It depends how long ago the incident happened and how extensive your medical care has been. Sometimes it’s less than an hour and sometimes a bit longer.
What if I can’t drive to your office?
Not a problem. We can meet you at a place you choose. Some clients ask us to come to their home because they can’t leave the house because of their injuries. That’s perfectly fine. We do in home consultations regularly.
How do I pay you if I decide I want Page Law to help me?
We handle personal injury cases on a contingent basis. This means there is no attorney fee until we win your case. You are never asked to pay us money out of your pocket. We handle cases on a contingent basis because money is tight for most people after being injured in an accident.
Why am I feeling hesitant about talking to a personal injury lawyer?
This is a common question. Many people have never filed an injury claim before. Most of our clients have never even hired a lawyer before. Some clients feel guilty about pursuing an injury claim. Let’s clear this up right now… Don’t feel guilty! Your injury claim is handled by the insurance company of the person that hurt you. The at-fault party typically has very little involvement in the actual injury claim process, aside from receiving a few random letters from their insurance company letting them know a claim has been filed.
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For years, we have been successfully representing clients throughout St. Louis who have been injured in serious accidents. With experience and extensive knowledge in Missouri personal injury law, the attorneys at Page Law have been able to recover large verdicts and settlements on behalf of injured clients.
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