Practice Areas

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Our Missouri Practice Areas

For over twenty years, Missouri personal injury attorney David Terry has helped accident victims and their families find justice and get the compensation they need and deserve. Below, we’ve listed the major areas of practice of the Terry Law Firm. Call us today at (314) 593-2438 to schedule a private appointment with us today.

When a nursing home violates a safety rule or places corporate profit over the safety of its residents, we take action. Our job is to enforce the rights of vulnerable nursing home residents in Missouri and Illinois who have been injured or killed by nursing home negligence.

It only takes a moment for your life to change forever. In a car accident, it takes less than a second for a distracted driver to alter your lifestyle drastically. Whatever your injuries, if you are looking for answers, We can help.

The worst thing that can happen is the wrongful death of a loved one. Whatever the reason, if you believe that you lost a loved one due to the carelessness or negligence of others, the Terry Law Firm can help.

Injuries can happen to anyone at any time—at the office, on the playground, in our homes or on the streets. Our office will help you and your family when unexpected injury occurs.

FREE CASE
EVALUATION
Terry Law Firm takes on all types of personal injury and nursing home abuse and neglect cases on a contingency fee basis.
NO FEE
GUARANTEE
We do not charge fees upfront, and the only compensation Terry Law will receive comes from your winning settlement. If we don’t win your case, no fee is assessed.
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CALL PROMISE
Terry Law Firm’s promise is that if you leave a detailed message, someone in our office will return your call by the end of the next business day.  I hate it when people don’t return calls, so I won’t do that to you.

Why Choose The Terry Law Firm?

Attorney David Terry not only has years of experience successfully representing nursing home victims and their families, he also has the emotional experience of having had a close family member in a nursing home. Legal knowledge, personal experience and a personal understanding of the emotion involved in a loved one’s nursing home care, make the Terry Law Firm a formidable opponent for nursing homes who neglect and abuse the elderly.

The mission of the Terry Law Firm is to enforce the rights of elderly people throughout Missouri. We have successfully pursued regional and national nursing homes corporations on behalf of elderly clients and their families. For more information please download David’s book about nursing home abuse and neglect, watch our videos, visit the Nursing Home FAQ section of our website or call our office.

Making a Difference in the
Lives of Our Clients

“Mr. Terry is a wonderful, caring person and it was great working with him. I felt he listened to what I told him and used that information effectively.”

Sue P.Missouri Client

“I appreciate the job you did for us. You were not only an attorney, but for me you seemed like part of the family. Thanks so very much.”

Brenda GMissouri Client

“Mr. Terry is a vigilant advocate for families of patients whose loved one had suffered nursing home neglect. He went way beyond what was required of him.”

Bruce R.Missouri Client

“I could see he was doing an extremely professional job of constructing this case block by block, witness by witness.”

ElwinMissouri Client

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Let Terry Law Firm Help

The Terry Law Firm helps individuals and families who have suffered serious personal injuries, wrongful death, and nursing home abuse and neglect all over Missouri. We have handled cases from St. Louis to Kansas City to Springfield to Hannibal and many points in between. Whether you have suffered a car crash in Cape Girardeau or Joplin or a loved one has suffered wrongful death due to nursing home abuse or neglect in Cuba, St. Charles or Independence, we can help.

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