Lindsay Rakers

"a big voice for the little guy!"

Lindsay Rakers, Illinois and Missouri Injury Attorney

I’m not allowed to say that I’m the “best” injury attorney in St. Louis Missouri or the “best” injury attorney in Metro-East Illinois. But before you ever speak with an insurance adjuster, sign any forms, or give a recorded statement, please browse this website and arm yourself with the information you need.

Whether you were hurt on someone’s property, in an automobile accident, at work, by a product or due to a physician’s negligence, you will be battling an insurance company. I fight insurance companies. I won’t let you be bullied. I will stand up for you.

Regardless of the type of injury you suffer it is extremely important to understand how the system works so that the insurance company doesn’t take advantage of you. This website is designed to provide you with the information you need to avoid common pitfalls after an injury. Read More

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Practice Areas

By limiting my practice to personal injury cases only, I am experienced in cases just like yours. Most of my clients have catastrophic injuries. The injury may also be due to the neglect of others in many areas including:

  • Car accidents
  • truck crashes & accidents
  • Motorcycle accidents
  • Pedestrian accidents
  • All road and highway accidents
  • Defective or dangerous products
  • Dangerous property (premises liability)
  • Workplace injury (workman’s comp)
  • Medical malpractice
  • Wrongful death
  • Nursing home abuse
  • Dog bite

If you or a friend needs help with a Missouri or Indiana injury case, please feel free to contact me. If I cannot help personally, I may be able to find someone who can.

The Legal Examiner

More Required Trucker Hours = More Truck Crashes

Senator Susan Collins (R-Maine) is trying to put our communities’ safety in jeopardy.  We have to act, and we have to act NOW. Every year, almost 4,000 people are killed and another 100,000 more are injured in truck crashes (tractor trailer crash, semi crash).  According to a 2006 survey, ne… Read More...

Missouri Supreme Court Getting it Right

In July 2014, our Missouri Supreme Court changed our state law for the better.  Missouri has always had a $350,000 cap on non-economic damages.  With such a cap, regardless of what a jury decided, a Plaintiff could not recover more than $350,000 for non-economic damages in a personal injury lawsui… Read More...
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