Assault & Firearms

Trusted Personal Injury Attorneys in Jefferson City, MO

In the event of an assault or firearm injury, it is important to seek immediate medical attention and then contact a personal injury attorney at Carson & Coil to discuss your legal options and ensure that your rights are protected.

What kind of assaults occur around firearms that could lead to a court case?

  1. Aggravated assault – using a firearm to threaten or cause physical harm to someone
  2. Assault with a deadly weapon – using a firearm as a weapon in an attack
  3. Negligent discharge of a firearm – accidental shooting that causes injury or death
  4. Unlawful discharge of a firearm – shooting a firearm in a public place

Each of these types of assaults can have serious consequences, including criminal charges, and civil lawsuits. It is important to seek legal representation to protect your rights.

Schedule a consultation with our firearm accident attorneys in Jefferson City, MO by calling 573-636-2177.

What kind of assaults occur around firearms that could lead to a court case?

If you have been harmed or assaulted with a firearm, it is important to follow these steps:

  1. Seek immediate medical attention: Your health and safety should be your top priority. Get to a hospital or call 911 if necessary.
  2.  Call the police: Report the incident to the police so that they can investigate and gather evidence.
  3. Document the incident: Write down as much as you can remember about the incident, including the date, time, location, names of witnesses, and a description of the assailant.
  4. Gather evidence: If possible, collect any physical evidence, such as clothing or objects that may have been involved in the incident, and take photos of any injuries or damages.
  5. Contact a personal injury attorney: An experience personal injury attorney can help you navigate the legal process and ensure that your rights are protected.
  6. It is important to act quickly after a firearms assault to ensure that evidence is preserved and to protect your legal rights.