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St. Louis Personal Injury Attorney

Don't Settle For Less - Our Team Can Help You Win!

At Cantor Injury Law, we will protect your rights and win you all the available money after an injury from a car accident, truck accident, work injury, or other cause. We handle only serious injury cases and know how to win. You do not need any money for us to help, and you only pay us if we win for you. When you choose Cantor Injury Law to help you, we will tenaciously fight for justice on your behalf and will work tirelessly in order to maximize your compensation.

Mark Cantor has been winning injury cases in St. Louis for 25 years. Since 1993, Mark Cantor has honed his skills as a personal injury trial lawyer and has helped thousands of individuals recover millions of dollars in damages. Do not hesitate to get in touch with our St. Louis personal injury attorneys. We will offer you the honest and caring representation that you deserve at this time, and will do so with integrity. Mark Cantor and his staff will personally handle each legal aspect of your case so that you can focus on what matters most: your physical and emotional recovery. Mark Cantor and his team of experienced attorneys are all licensed to practice in both Missouri and Illinois. Cantor Injury Law has made winning a habit, so "Don't Settle for Less." Injured? Call us now for free!

Cantor Injury Law

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Reasons to Choose Us:

  • Since 1993 Cantor has helped Personal Injury Clients Win
  • You Don't Pay Unless We Win Your Case and Lower Fees
  • Licensed To Practice In Missouri & Illinois
  • AV Rated, SuperLawyer, and Avvo Award-Winning

Millions of Dollars Recovered

  • $12 Million Dollars Confidential Settlement
  • $5,000,000.00 Settlement Truck Accident
  • $2,200,000.00 Settlement Truck Accident

    Our client sustained severe injuries after his vehicle was sideswiped by an 18-wheeler. Immediately after the accident, our legal professionals investigated the scene, along with a photographer and accident reconstructionist. During our investigation of the accident scene, we collected crucial evidence that would eventually allow us to collect a substantial settlement on behalf of our client.

    While our client was in the hospital, attorney Mark Cantor frequently checked in and visited with him to ensure he was receiving the best possible care for his recovery. Thanks to the data we collected and preserved from both vehicles, the insurance company was quick to agree to a fair settlement of $2.2 million.

  • $2,000,000.00 Settlement Auto Accident
  • $1,950,000.00 Settlement Personal Injury
    Sharon Honerkamp underwent a total knee replacement and was transported home from the hospital by a private ambulance company in a wheelchair and with a precautionary oxygen tank. Once they arrived at her home, the defendants lodged Ms. Honerkamp, and her wheelchair, in the doorway as they tried to push her into her home. While Ms. Honerkamp and her wheelchair were stuck in the entryway, the ambulance company employees carelessly attempted to pass the heavy oxygen tank over Ms. Honerkamp. Unfortunately, the transporters dropped the oxygen tank directly onto the replaced knee, which fractured her femur and ultimately required her to undergo an additional (and more extensive) knee replacement. The hematoma at the fracture site and the additional surgery led to extensive infections throughout Ms. Honerkamp's body. The defendant company had no record of the transport ever occurring, much less any record of the oxygen tank being dropped, and was unable to even identify the names of the negligent employee. The only record of the transportation happening was a cancelled check in the amount of $150.00 secured by Cantor Injury Law from Plaintiff 's own bank records. Mark Cantor and Brian Winebright represented Ms. Honerkamp and filed suit in her claim. The defendant represented that there was one million dollars of insurance available, but through discovery it was revealed that there was an additional umbrella insurance policy of one million dollars. After aggressively litigating the case, and deposing Plaintiff, her family members, and all of her doctors, a settlement was reached in the amount of $1.95 million dollars one month before trial (which was set in October of 2017).
  • $1,250,000 Insurance Company
  • $1,016,944.00 Judgment & Settlement Workers' Compensation
  • $966,960.00 Settlement Denied Case Zero Offer
  • $750,000.00 Settlement Wrongful Death
    Tow Truck Driver’s Family Settles After Fatal Strike
  • $600,000.00 Jury Verdict Slip and Fall
    In August of 2017, Mark Cantor & Nathan Davis of Cantor Injury Law obtained a $600,000.00 jury verdict in favor of their client in Morgan County, Missouri. Our client, Diana Buchanan, slipped and fell when coming out of a bathroom of a Versailles gas station after the employees mopped the floor while Ms. Buchanan was in the bathroom. During the investigation of the case, our attorneys discovered that the gas station employees did not follow their own policies and procedures when mopping the floor, creating a dangerous condition for Ms. Buchanan. The employees contended throughout the whole case that they did nothing wrong.

    The entire defense to the case was that Ms. Buchanan walked within a few feet of a caution wet floor sign as she entered the store, and the defense repeatedly played a video to prove that fact. Plaintiff admitted that she must have seen the sign, but the sign meant nothing because the floors were "bone dry" as she walked to the bathroom from the entrance of the store. Due to the fall, Ms. Buchanan required a left knee replacement and underwent further surgery on her left ankle.

    Our firm performed an electronic mock jury focus group to assist with the valuation of the case. The vast majority of the people in that focus group found that the employees of the gas station didn’t follow their own policies and procedures and were liable for Ms. Buchanan’s injuries. Due, in part, to the results of the mock jury, the firm turned down a significant offer of $175,000 prior to trial. After conducting a three-day jury trial, the jury found the defendant 70% at fault for Ms. Buchanan’s slip and fall, and awarded her damages in the amount of $600,000. After the allocation of fault, Ms. Buchanan received a total of $420,000.

Get Started Today With A Free Case Consultation

If you or a loved one is injured, please call us. Let us help you and recover fair compensation for damages. It is your job to protect yourself and your family, and it is our job to win your case. So if you are hurt on the roadways, on the job, or by someone else's carelessness, we expertly fight for you. We are passionate about protecting your rights and are proven winners when fighting for the highest possible financial recovery. We have an exceptional track record when it comes to righting the wrongs of insurance companies, large employers, and others who attempt to cheat injured victims out of the money they deserve. Put our proven track record to work for you. While you focus on your health, we will handle the stress of litigation. Call us today and we can start helping you immediately!
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