M.R. v. C.S.

By | October 15, 2007 |


Plaintiff was headed westbound on a roadway in near Kirkwood, Missouri with her children. Plaintiff alleged she crashed into Defendant’s car at an intersection because Defendent failed to yield the right-of-way at a green light. In the intersection crash, Plaintiff alleged injuries to her head, neck, and back including a closed head injury.

Furthermore, Plaintiff alleged that because of Defendant’s negligence she was forced to miss a semester of college and would have to undergo a surgical procedure to correct herniated disc in her neck in the future. Prior to trial, the Defendant’s auto insurance carrier agreed to pay their policy limits for Plaintiff’s alleged damages.

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Zane T. Cagle

Zane T. Cagle is the founding president and lead trial attorney at The Cagle Law Firm. With a strong dedication to his clients, he has built a reputation for his tenacious representation in personal injury cases, ensuring each client's unique story is heard. Areas of Practice: Personal injury, motor vehicle accidents, wrongful death. Bar Admissions: Supreme Court of Missouri, Illinois & Kentucky. Superior Court of U.S. Virgin Islands Education: Washington University School of Law. Awards: Super Lawyers, Top 40 Under 40 by The National Trial Lawyers Association, 10 Best in Missouri for Customer Satisfaction.

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