Troy R. Penny, Attorney at Law

"The St. Louis Personal Injury Lawyer You Can Trust"
Dedicated to protecting you and your family against negligence and events you cannot control by aggressively and respectfully fighting for what you deserve. With trial experience and effective negotiation skills, Penny has built his practice around defending the rights of any plaintiff seeking compensation for harm caused by a defendant’s action and not charging any attorney fees unless you win..

Too often, people who fall prey to wrongful conduct aren’t aware of their rights and fail to establish the liability and damages suffered that entitle them to a fair compensation. Troy R. Penny, Attorney at Law, is committed to providing zealous representation that make you and your family “whole” again by partnering with you to fight for the proper payment for any injuries or negligence suffered.

Troy R. Penny Personal Injury Law services in St. Louis include 24/7 free consultations for: Car Accidents, Serious Injury, Medical Malpractice, Defective Products, Nursing Home Neglect, Wrongful Death, Workers Compensation and Defamation, Libel, Slander.

With Troy R. Penny, Attorney at Law, on your side, no attorney fees are charged unless you win!

Troy R. Penny, Attorney at Law

Raised in North St. Louis City, Troy R. Penny was driven at an early age to become a voice for the underserved in his neighborhood by using the law to not only influence change but also to defend the rights of those who can’t defend themselves. All throughout the city, innocent people were being cast aside and left crippled by debt from circumstances that occurred through no fault of their own. By committing his practice in Personal Injury Law, Troy R. Penny, Attorney at Law, now acts as a compassionate advocate for those who deserve fair compensation.

Penny earned his law degree Magna Cum Laude from Texas Southern University, Thurgood Marshall School of Law and was admitted to the State of Missouri Bar in September 2002, Eastern District of the United States District Courts, and Western District of the United States District Courts.

Important honors and affiliations include:
•Missouri Association of Trial Lawyers
•National Bar Association
•Barbara C. Jordan’s Chapter of Phi Alpha Delta Fraternity International
•Mound City Bar Association

Penny has built his St. Louis Personal Injury practice around honesty, respect and giving back. Within his own community, he continues to be a powerful voice for change, volunteering his time and expertise for the Ask a Lawyer program hosted by the Organization for Black Struggle where he urges his peers to channel their passions and use the tools their given to make a difference in the world around them.

With each unique case and attorney-client relationship, Penny’s goal is clear: to fight passionately and respectfully for you.

Here are a variety of ways Troy R. Penny, Attorney at Law, can best serve you:

•Personal Injury Cases • Wrongful Death Claims • Serious Injury Claims • Accident Cases • Workers Compensation Cases


Troy R. Penny, Attorney at Law

practices in many different areas of personal injury law. It doesn’t matter if your case involves a car accident, accidents at work or wrongful death – Troy R. Penny, Attorney at Law can help. Don’t be intimidated by legal jargon and complicated loopholes.
Let Troy R. Penny, Attorney at Law handle the specifics of your case.

Wrongful Death

If someone you love has died due to someone else’s act or failure to act, Troy R. Penny is committed to making sure the responsible party is deemed liable in accordance with wrongful death law. His experience with Personal Injury and Wrongful Death cases helps ensure that you and any other beneficiaries are properly compensated for any long lasting, life-altering harm incurred including expenses, earnings, benefits, pain and suffering, general or punitive damages and more caused by defendants that are held responsible for the death including private individuals, prisons, hospitals, schools, private or public companies, nursing homes, city or state and more.

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Serious Injury

If you’re suffering from crippling emotional or physical distress due to negligence or intentional actions of others, Troy R. Penny, Attorney at Law, will partner with you to understand the losses suffered and establish what recovery involves. Common cases can happen anywhere and are classified by something that severely affects a person’s future include spinal, back or brain injuries, car or sports accidents and even dog bites. As your voice, he will pursue those responsible to ensure you are awarded the financial and medical help you deserve.
Penny’s trial experience coupled with his negotiation skills in serious Personal Injury cases in St. Louis makes him the perfect Personal Injury lawyer for you.

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The most common Personal Injury cases are often a result of an auto collision or a slip and fall, yet there are many ways that plaintiffs are intentionally or unintentionally caused harm by another party. Troy R.Penny partners with you to ensure that you have zealous representation to be awarded the compensation that will make you and your family “whole” again.
Penny’s trial experience coupled with his negotiation skills in Personal Injury accident cases in St. Louis follows his proven process to identify who is liable for the accident, establish negligence and then pursue a fair, firm outcome that properly compensates you for your time and injury.

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Troy R. Penny, Attorney at Law is dedicated to protecting you and your family against negligence and events you cannot control by aggressively and respectfully fighting for what you deserve.

1. What constitutes ‘negligence’?
Negligence occurs when you have a viable personal injury claim due to an injury that was caused by another individual or entity. This negligence is a result of their failure to exercise a reasonable standard of care for your safety and others. Negligence can occur in auto accidents, defective products, animal attacks, slip/fall accidents, workplace accidents, etc. Chances are they are liable for any resulting damages that have been caused to you.

2. How soon should I wait to talk to an attorney?
You should to speak with an attorney immediately after your accident. Typically, as the victim you only have a small window of opportunity to file a claim. If you fail to file within the statute of limitations, you may not be able to recover the full compensation for your personal injury claim.

3. Should I sign a release?
Before you put anything into writing, you should consult a personal injury attorney who will endeavor to protect your rights and ensure that you are not agreeing to anything that could limit your ability to recover full compensation for your personal injury claim.

4. Should I talk to insurance adjusters?
It is best to speak to your attorney first before making a recorded statement with an insurance adjustor. Insurance adjustors are trained to lead you into saying something that may free their company from any liability and this recording may be used against you in a court of law.

5. Should I accept the Insurance Company Settlement?
Often in personal injury cases, the victim is offered an early settlement from the insurance company. It is best that you consult your personal injury attorney before accepting a settlement because they will be able to advise whether it will fully compensate you for your injury or not. Often, settlements are offered early in the process and the victim is still unaware of the full extent of their injuries or the cost and time off work they will incur.

6. How much is my initial consultation?
Free! When you hire with Attorney Troy R. Penny to represent you in a personal injury or wrongful death case, you will never pay a dime unless you win. All client consultations are absolutely free thanks to our contingency fee contracts. Call today for a free case evaluation at 314-588-8600. Troy R. Penny is committed to providing compassionate care for those who deserve fair compensation.

7. What should I bring to my attorney meeting?
Once you decide to consult with a personal injury attorney, gather all of the documents that you have that are related to your injury. This could include medical records, medical bills, police reports, photographs of the injury, testimonials from witnesses, correspondence from insurance companies, receipts for any payments you had to make in relation to the injury, loss of wage information, etc. Your lawyer will also be able to advise you on any specific documents that will be needed in the future.
8. Do I have a case?
While a case evaluation will be necessary to know for sure, civil law does hold that if someone is injured, they (or their surviving family) have a legal claim against the party who was negligent and harmed them. Your personal injury attorney will work with you to go through the specifics of your situation and help identify who was at fault so they can prove that intentional misconduct or negligence occurred.

9. How much is my case worth?
Again, a case evaluation will be necessary to confirm the value of your case. This is why it is so critical to hire a trusted attorney at law to fight for your rights and uncover every detail and every loss that can be pursued in the legal recovery process. This can involve medical bills, rehabilitation costs, lost wages, therapy, pain and suffering, and more. These evaluations are best handled by your lawyer who makes it their duty to have your best interests in mind rather than the insurance company who may underestimate the value of your losses to help protect their interests.

10. How much will a lawyer cost with a contingency fee?
Typically, you won’t have to worry about paying your attorney unless you win. At this point, you are often subject to your attorney’s fixed rate fee, though there are times when that fee is open for negotiation. This will depend on several factors, including the complexity of the case, the time it will take and the costs that will be involved. In any case, the skill of your attorney will be critical to your overall recovery.

11. Will my case go to court?
Most victims want to avoid a lawsuit and going to court. For this reason, personal injury attorneys are experienced in helping resolve your claim with a reasonable settlement that is always based on a consideration of all circumstances involved, including your past and future losses. This not only saves you the cost of defending your case in court, but it also saves you the months or years that it can take to reach a judgement in court.

12. Will my case be confidential?
Absolutely. Any information that you share with your personal injury lawyer will be protected by attorney-client privilege. This level of confidentiality remains even if you don’t retain the same lawyer’s services. This privilege is put in place to ensure you provide the critical facts that will make it possible for your lawyer to properly assess your case and represent you to their full abilities.

13. How long will the lawsuit take?
This depends. Since every case is unique, it is difficult to establish a timetable for your personal injury lawsuit. While some can be settled immediately, others may take a few months, and still others a few years. Your attorney will be able to advise you on what to expect once a full consultation is complete.

14. What will I be asked during my deposition?
Depending on your situation, you may have to prepare for a deposition. Your attorney will help you prepare by reviewing all documents involved. After studying your police or medical records, your lawyer will be able to prepare you for common questions that will arise during your deposition and better prepare you for any line of questioning as needed.


Troy R. Penny, Attorney at Law

Contact today for a free consultation to discuss the statute of limitations surrounding your claim and to identify the compensation you’re entitled.
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Penny Law, LLC
1424 Washington Avenue Suite 210
St. Louis, MO 63103