Carl Junction, Missouri Lawyers
Roger is known as a fierce trial attorney who is passionate about practicing personal injury law. During his career, he has recovered millions of dollars for his clients. But what he values is more than accomplishing a case. It’s the satisfaction he gets when he wins a settlement for a badly injured client. This motivates him to continue in his mission of advocacy and quest for justice. Roger is a leading advocate in the field of personal injury litigation, earning recognitions from Super Lawyers®, an AV Rating® by Martindale-Hubbell®, and more.
From an early age, Scott has made it his mission to help others during their time of need. He has a passion for the Constitution and for seeking justice. Choosing a career as a trial lawyer was easy for Scott, because it allows him to carry out his passion of helping others during their period of personal tragedies. Scott has dedicated his entire career to becoming an advocate for personal injury victims. He truly believes that the courtroom is where many meaningful battles can be won, including standing up to unscrupulous corporations and insurance companies.
What drew Patrick to the practice of law was the opportunity to help those who have experienced real tragedies. For over 20 years, Patrick has fought for the injured, for victims of serious negligence. From trucking accidents to catastrophic injuries, he has dedicated his entire career to protecting those facing an uphill battle against negligent large companies who hide behind their insurance companies and defense attorneys. When you need a skilled trial attorney to advocate for you, one who will not back down to powerful corporations, turn to Patrick.
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Norman E. Rouse has lived in the Joplin area all of his life. He received his law and bachelor's degrees from Missouri universities. An experienced bankruptcy lawyer in Joplin, he is a partner at Collins, Webster & Rouse, P.C. Practice Areas Consumer Bankruptcy under Chapters 7 and 13 of the U.S. Bankruptcy Code Business Bankruptcy under Chapter 11 of the U.S. Bankruptcy Code Farmer and Farming Business Bankruptcy under Chapter 12 of the U.S. Bankruptcy Code Home Foreclosures