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Holiday Drunk Driving Accidents Spike Personal Injury Suits

January 31, 2019

Are bar owners responsible for drunk driving injuries? Missouri personal injury attorneys can attest to the fact that there is generally an up-tick in personal injury lawsuits after the winter holiday season and its high volume of family gatherings and corporate parties where alcohol is served. Between Thanksgiving and New Year’s Eve, many drunk- or…

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Tram Accident Causes Drama at Missouri Theater

October 15, 2018

Q: Can I sue for injuries in a tram accident? As anyone who’s ever been to a theme park can attest, the biggest problem you might expect when boarding the tram for a ride from the parking lot to the park is remembering which section you parked in– so you can find your car at…

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Assessing Wrongful Death Damages

September 30, 2018

Q: Who can sue for wrongful death? Apparently, a boxing champion may be capable of inflicting serious personal injury outside of the ring as well as in it. Unlike a professional opponent who assumes the risk of injury upon entering the ring, a fellow driver on the roadways does not. A grief-stricken husband and father…

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Finding Fault in a Bus and Pedestrian Accident

August 3, 2018

Q: Is a bus driver always at fault in a pedestrian accident? Personal injury attorneys know that sometimes the worst tragedies are completely unexpected and happen in an instant. Automobile accidents can involve trucks, cars, bicycles, and even pedestrians. Pedestrians– – in their exposed and unprotected state – – are the most vulnerable to death…

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Road Rage and the Personal Injury Lawsuit

July 11, 2018

Q: Can a road rage incident lead to a personal injury lawsuit? Road rage is a societal problem that often results in Kansas City automobile accidents as angry drivers become aggressive, reckless, and make bad choices – – often with tragic results. Sometimes, road rage can result in tragedy without a collision. This happens when…

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Kansas City Car Accident Claims Two Lives on Thanksgiving

January 7, 2018

If the driver isn’t criminally-charged, can I still sue for a loved one’s wrongful death? Not long after midnight on Thanksgiving Day, a Kansas City car accident shattered lives. Two different couples in two different cars traveling on the same highway reportedly encountered the same wrong-way driver. Only one of the two couples lived to…

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Help! I’ve Been in an Accident with Someone Who Doesn’t Have Insurance!

December 10, 2017

Motor vehicle insurance is not only extremely helpful if you have been in an accident, but it is also required by law. However, even though you are legally required to have it, many people drive without even the minimums required by law. Unfortunately, these situations can create complicated legal problems. In addition, it may result…

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Avoiding Accidents with Defensive Driving

November 19, 2017

Using defensive driving techniques can help you avoid an accident. Defensive driving means that you can avoid most of the common causes of car accidents, including: Following other drivers too closely Speeding Failing to stay in the correct lane Failure to yield to the driver who has the right of way Driving while distracted You…

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A Look at the Most Common Car Accident Injuries

October 13, 2017

What should I do if I am injured in a car accident in Missouri? Each year, more than three million people are injured in a car accident, as reported by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.  According to car insurance industry estimates, you will be involved in a car accident every 17 years or so.…

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Protecting Yourself from Drunk Drivers

October 9, 2017

Drunk or impaired drivers are dangerous. They are not only extremely dangerous for themselves, but they are also a hazard to everyone else on the road as well. In fact, the Centers for Disease Control reports that someone dies because of alcohol impaired driving every 48 minutes in the United States. In addition, roughly one-third…

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