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Recovering The Damages From Your Car Accident

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A car accident at the Lake of the Ozarks or elsewhere is stressful and overwhelming. If it's a bad accident, the stress is ten-fold. Our car accident attorney in Osage Beach, MO is here to help you recover the maximum amount of damages possible for your case, but it's important to make sure the proper steps have been followed in order to set yourself up for success. If you have been in an accident, make sure you follow the following steps:


TIP #1:  Move Your Vehicle Out Of The Road

When possible, the very first thing you should do is get yourself and all involved vehicles out of the way of oncoming traffic as quickly as possible. If you remain in the roadway, you risk being hit by other vehicles and increasing the damages/injuries associated with your accident.

TIP #2:  Call 911

The next thing you should do is call 911 and request the presence of emergency authorities. If the accident and resulting injuries are severe, you may need an ambulance and/or fire truck. Law enforcement w…

Understanding Premises Liability Accidents

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Serious personal injury caused by the negligence of another can be devastating. While of course the legal process cannot heal your wounds, it can sometimes help to ease the recovery process by providing financial compensation to help cover the expenses and lost income that often result from an injury. At O'Donnell Law Center, our personal injury lawyer at the Lake of the Ozarks and our team of dedicated legal professionals can help you with every step of the process, including:
Obtaining medical records Evaluating your accidentMaking an appropriate demand for compensation for your injuriesBringing your claim to litigation if no settlement is reached

An Overview Of Premises Liability Accidents
This week, we want to specifically look at one unique aspect of personal injury law - premises liability accidents. Employers, retailers, and manufacturers all have a legal responsibility to ensure that their commercial properties are safe for their customers, and failure to do so can have serio…

Facing Criminal Charges? 5 Reasons To Hire Us

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It doesn't matter whether you are guilty of the alleged crime or not; when you are facing criminal charges, your very future is at stake regardless of whether or not you actually committed the crime. It also doesn't matter if you are working at the municipal, state, or federal level; the government always has countless resources it can use against you in your case. No matter how big or small your case may seem, securing representation from an experienced criminal defense attorney at the Lake of the Ozarks is absolutely crucial. Here are five reasons why you should hire O'Donnell Law Center to defend you against your criminal charges.


#1 - You Don't (Nor Can You Be Expected) To Know The Ins And Outs Of The Criminal Court

Criminal law is incredibly complex. There are rules and procedures that govern almost every aspect of criminal cases, from how evidence of an alleged crime is collected to how you should address the court.  It is unrealistic to expect a person charged wit…

Preparing For Court - 4 Tips

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The idea of going to court can be a daunting prospect. Litigation has garnered a bad reputation over the years for being time-consuming and expensive, and many people balk at the idea of having to bring their case to court. At O'Donnell Law Center, we understand these concerns and do everything we can to resolve your case without a trial first. Of course, sometimes litigation is the only viable option for bringing your case to a conclusion, and when that happens, we work very hard to earn your satisfaction.


In these instances, you can count on our experienced attorney at the Lake of the Ozarks to help alleviate the stress of litigation as much as possible. In keeping with our mission, we're dedicating this week's blog to a few simple but important tips to help you prepare for a day in court.

1. Get Plenty Of Sleep The Night BeforeNo matter whether you're the plaintiff or the defendant, it is perfectly normal to be anxious during the days leading up to your first court da…