At Kempton & Russell, our personal injury attorneys provide individualized representation for clients seriously injured in vehicle accidents or from medical errors. We will battle for your rights while also providing the compassionate counsel you deserve. Here for you every step of the way, the attorney you initially meet will be the same legal advocate who remains at your side until your case is resolved.
Our Sedalia personal injury attorneys offer the award-winning, trial-ready counsel you need. We are ready to advocate for you against national insurance companies, manufacturers, or any other legal opponent—no matter how deep-pocketed they are. We are dedicated to ensuring you recover the financial compensation you need while holding the liable parties responsible for their negligent and reckless acts.
The core of most personal injury cases is an injury that occurred at the fault of another person as a result of negligent behavior. The primary factor in determining if an injury warrants a personal injury case is whether or not the injury resulted from negligence on the behalf of an individual, company, or other entity. Tort law has established “duty of care,” which refers to the responsibility an individual may have to ensure the safety of others.
For instance, when you get your driver's license and are operating a motor vehicle, you have a duty of care to the other motorists on the road. That means you have a responsibility to follow the law and procedures of operating a motor vehicle. If that duty of care is breached by another person through negligence or reckless disregard and you are injured, you may be entitled to compensation. Personal injury cases must prove that there was a duty of care owed to you and that it was breached due to negligence. Our attorneys at Kempton & Russell are experienced in personal injury cases and are here to fight for your rights.
Due to the complexities of personal injuries, the State of Missouri has statutes of limitations set for the varying accident types. In general, victims of personal injuries have up to 5 years from the time the injury was discovered to file their claim. Identifying the date the injury occured can be simple following an auto accident but cases of medical malpractice may be harder to assess and understand. Understanding how the Missouri personal injury statute of limitations affects you can be an important step in ensuring you get the compensation you deserve. Your attorney will be able to assist you in meeting important deadlines, collecting important evidence, and securing helpful documentation in filing your claim.
Personalized advocacy is paramount in any personal injury case, particularly in medical malpractice claims. While we appreciate the varied specialties in medicine and the hard work done by medical professionals, negligent acts occur, especially during surgery. Cases that involve hospital negligence or brain injuries suffered at birth create significant challenges in both preparation and litigation. Our job is to respond to those potential obstacles with a fact-based approach, teaming up with experts in various medical specialties to verify that a medical malpractice claim is valid.
We represent clients across Missouri in cases involving and not limited to:
Our Sedalia personal injury lawyers have been included in Super Lawyers® (top 5% of attorneys in the state) and in the Top 100 Trial Lawyers in Missouri by The American Trial Lawyers Association. We have the proven ability to get results for our clients, and just as importantly, we are known for caring, tireless legal support. Please don’t hesitate to learn how we can represent you.
Our Sedalia personal injury lawyers are ready to help you seek justice and financial recovery, no matter how complex your case may be, and no matter who the legal opponent is. Our legal advocates know how to assert clients’ rights against national insurance companies, large manufacturers, and other deep-pocketed opponents, coming away with legal victories for our clients time and again.
$6.463 million jury verdict in favor of a Missouri coal mining company because of the tortious interference by a state regulatory official with the coal company's agreement to sell to another company.
$4 million jury verdict in favor of an individual whose leg was amputated following a collision with a trailer that came loose from a pickup truck.