The A.W. Smith Law Firm has the skill, experience and resources to help clients in any type of case involving a serious personal injury or wrongful death, including injuries and deaths from tractor-trailer, truck, auto accidents, construction and worksite injuries, slip and falls, medical malpractice, birth injury, brain injury, products liability and any other matters involving negligence claims. The A.W. Smith Law Firm should be your first choice in helping to make our community a safer and better place.
At the age of 12, A.W. Smith and his two sisters lost their father in a tragic farming accident near Blackwater, Missouri. Following this tragedy, A.W. Smith put himself through college and law school in order to dedicate his life to helping families that are in desperate need of legal assistance. A.W. Smith understands the nightmares that families and children go through when a loved one is injured or killed. A.W. Smith is also a regular donor to charitable organizations that provide assistance to families and children in need.
The firm’s legal knowledge, strong work-ethic of our lawyers, and their formidable trial advocacy and litigation techniques mean we are able to succeed in cases involving even the most complex claims and confusing facts, obtaining the recovery and compensation our clients need to begin to rebuild their lives. The A.W. Smith Law Office is located in Columbia, Missouri and focuses on helping accident victims all across the Midwest. There is never an initial consultation fee or a contingency fee unless we recover for our clients.
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