Additional Personal Injury & Other Practice Areas

/Additional Personal Injury Topics
Additional Personal Injury Topics 2017-12-29T12:29:26+00:00

At Brown & Brown Attorneys at Law, our St. Louis personal injury attorneys handle a wide range of cases. In addition to motor vehicle accident cases, nursing home abuse cases, and wrongful death claims, we represent clients in the following types of claims.

We encourage you to explore the links below to discover more about our services and how we can assist you. When you are ready to discuss your situation and get helpful legal advice regarding your options for recovery or resolution, call (314)333-3333 for our St. Louis office or (618) 888-8888 for our Illinois office. You can also email us. We’re ready to meet with you and provide you with the information you need to protect your rights, interests and possible claim.


St. Louis Bad Faith Insurance Lawyers

Insurance companies are in the business of maximizing profits. All too often, this can mean that insurers look for ways to justify underpaying or denying claims. From delaying investigations to misinterpreting evidence or using questionable “experts,” insurers have a range of tactics they can use to avoid making payouts. In some cases, these tactics can be forms of bad faith insurance – and when they are, policyholders can take action to hold the insurer accountable and pursue the compensation they deserve.


St. Louis Mass Tort Lawyer

When consumer products, vehicle equipment, pharmaceuticals or medical devices harm the public, injured people can join forces to take legal action against the negligent manufacturer or company. Specifically, they can enter into a mass tort, allowing them to pursue similar (if not the same) claim against some party. The lawyers at Brown & Brown can explain whether entering a mass tort is a good decision for you, based on the circumstances of your claim, as well as your needs and goals.


Social Security Disability Insurance Claims (SSDI) Attorneys

About 70 percent of SSDI petitions are denied by the Social Security Administration (SSA) the first time they are submitted. In some cases, this may be the result of someone simply not qualifying for benefits. In others, SSDI denials may stem from some mistake or oversight made during the application process. Whether you need help determining if you qualify for SSDI – or you are ready to apply for disability benefits or pursue an appeal (after a previous denial), the lawyers at Brown & Brown are ready to help you.


We invite you to a free, no obligations initial consultation to find out more about your options for resolving your important legal matter(s). To set up this meeting, call (314)333-3333 for our St. Louis office or (618) 888-8888 for our Illinois office. You can also email us.


If you are unable to make it to one of our offices, we can come to you. Let us go the extra mile to help you get on the path to recovery and justice.