Southeast Missouri Personal Injury Attorneys


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  • CBPW Recognized for Top wrongful Death Verdict for Missouri in 2015

  • $ 4 Million verdict in industrial explosion case

  • $3.55 Million settlement in industrial brain injury case

  • $2.5 Million settlement for widow of electrocution victim

  • $2.3 Million verdict in chemical exposure case

  • $1.8 Million settlement auto accident/wrongful death

  • $1.7 Million verdict in automobile injury case involving police car

  • $1.25 Million settlement of automobile injury case

  • $1.2 Million settlement in breach of contract case

  • $1.1 Million settlement products liability and road design defect case
  • $950 Thousand settlement in medical negligence/wrongful death case

  • $776 Thousand settlement for medical negligence against the Veteran’s Administration

  • $600 Thousand settlement of automobile injury case

**Past results are no guarantee of future performance.**

28 Apr


The Consumer Product Safety Commission reports that nearly 200,000 kids in the U.S. get treatment in emergency rooms each year for injuries related to playground equipment. Below are some tips to help keep your child safe:  Read >

17 Apr


Are you more likely to be in a collision at certain times?  Read >

08 Apr


Does your location put you at higher risk for a crash?  Read >

At Cook, Barkett, Ponder and Wolz, we believe it’s important to educate our clients, helping them to understand their available legal options and working with them to find the best strategies and outcomes for their situation. Visit our resources page for information about the legal process and frequently asked questions.






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