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Douglas County

The Padberg Corrigan Law Firm has long been involved with serving the needs of Douglas County and other Missouri residents in need of excellence in personal injury trial law.  For example, Padberg Corrigan obtained a $3,000,000.00 settlement for a Missouri man who sustained a brain injury in a motor vehicle accident causing him to lose his sense of taste and smell.

Douglas County in South Central Missouri was named after Stephen A. Douglas, the U.S. Senator from Illinois and once Democratic presidential candidate.   Organized in 1857, Douglas boasts some of the most beautiful country in the Ozarks with Bryant Creek flowing through the middle of the county.  The county seat is the town of Ava, and the county has a population of about 14,000.

Major highways include: Missouri Route 5, Route 14, Route 76, Route 95, Route 181

Major cities and towns include: Ava, Brushyknob, Drury, Fordland, Gentryville, Smallett, Squires, and Vanzant

At the Padberg & Corrigan Law Firm, we are dedicated to one thing: the representation of injured families and workers. We have over 50 years experience in taking care of the needs of our clients in Missouri, Illinois, and surrounding states. Our firm is recognized by the Missouri Bar for excellence in trial work, having the unique distinction in that both principals, Matthew J. Padberg and Michael P. Corrigan, have received the prestigious Lon O. Hocker Trial Lawyer Award from the Missouri Bar.

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Please tell us about your case. If you’d like to speak with someone immediately, we can be reached at any time at (314) 621-2900.  If you would like to contact us without calling, simply CLlCK HERE to tell us your story. One of our attorneys will read your story and respond to you within 24 hours.

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