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Buchanan, Williams & O’Brien, P. C. Opens a New Location

SPRINGFIELD, MO, May 22, 2022 /24-7PressRelease/ — Buchanan, Williams & O’Brien, P. C., a top-rated personal injury law firm across Missouri, has announced the opening of a new Springfield division of the law firm. The Springfield office is the most recent expansion of the firm, which already has offices in Joplin, St. Louis, and Carthage.

At Buchanan, Williams & O’Brien (BWO), attorneys handle all types of injury cases throughout Missouri, including vehicle accidents, slip & fall accidents, and unsafe property or products. They represent individuals and fight aggressively to recover the damages for those owed by law. In addition, BWO handles cases related to Workers’ Compensation, Wrongful Death, Medical Malpractice, Family Law & Divorce, as well as Criminal Law and Traffic practice areas.

BWO originally opened its first office in Joplin. Based on the success of the Joplin, Missouri law office, the firm has now grown into a regional law firm with offices in St. Louis and Carthage, too.

Announcing the opening of their new Springfield location, the spokesperson for Buchanan, Williams & O’Brien, P.C. said, “We know all too well how bad things can happen to good people, especially in the area of personal injury. At Buchanan, Williams & O’Brien, P.C., we are driven by results. If our clients are unable to obtain a recovery for their damages after an accident, we will not charge a fee. It is important for our clients to feel confident in our ability to obtain a favorable outcome. We have succeeded as a law firm because our clients have succeeded. We have built our firm on this principle. Missouri is the Show-Me State where actions speak louder than words. Consequently, you will not owe us a dime unless we recover money for you in Springfield personal injury, medical malpractice, wrongful death, and workers’ compensation cases. So contact an attorney today because you have nothing to lose. Hospital and home visits are available.”

Charles Buchanan and Walter Williams are the founding members of BWO, and both of them have effectively represented and advocated for the interests of their clients for over 40 years.

Andrew Buchanan followed in his father’s footsteps and became a partner at Buchanan, Williams & O’Brien, forming the St. Louis branch. He focuses on medical malpractice, automobile and truck accidents, product liability, premise liability, wrongful death, and work accidents. He also has extensive experience representing clients in stockbroker liability claims and wrongful discharge/discrimination claims.

Providing legal representation in Missouri for a variety of different issues, Andrew Buchanan was selected to Super Lawyers for 2016 – 2021.

The BWO’s award-winning team of attorneys has grown since James (Jim) V. O’Brien became a partner at the law firm. He is a Certified Public Accountant in Missouri and has an LL.M. in Taxation from Washington University School of Law. His legal career has been centered on commercial litigation. He has been named a Missouri-Kansas Super Lawyer for many years and in certain areas of personal injury litigation, including medical malpractice and Jones Act/FELA.

James O’Brien has an AV® Preeminent™ rating from Martindale-Hubbell Peer Review Ratings, the highest certification for legal ability and ethical standards.

Buchanan, Williams & O’Brien, P. C. law firm’s Springfield office is located at the Hammons Tower, 901 E St Louis St, Suite 200-09, Springfield, MO 65806. You can contact them via phone at (417) 623-0900 to schedule an appointment or a free consultation. Online inquiries can be submitted by filling out a brief form on their website. Visit their website or their Facebook page for additional information.


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