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Monday, February 19, 2018

Waffle House Wrongful Death Case Broadens


Q: Can multiple people or entities be liable for a wrongful death?

Only an hour or so into the New Year, a Waffle House restaurant was the scene of a double shooting that injured one and left another man dead.

Now the dead man's mother and children are reportedly pursuing a Missouri wrongful death lawsuit against the Waffle House, a security guard, and the company that hired him.
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Monday, February 12, 2018

Liberty Student Killed as Car Crashes into Bar


Q: Do criminal charges against a drunk driver impact a wrongful death lawsuit?

Missouri auto accidents that result fatalities are always tragic, but when the victim is a local teen, the loss is unfathomable and the community is shaken. Especially when alcohol is blamed.
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Tuesday, February 6, 2018

Missouri Nursing Home Death Costs It Medicaid Funding


Q: What constitutes nursing home neglect?

Whoever said the “golden years” were wonderful, likely never had to place a loved one – – or themselves – – in a nursing home. While there are certainly facilities that provide an excellent standard of care to their senior residents, Missouri nursing home neglect and abuse lawyers often see the uglier side of what too often goes on behind the nursing homes doors.
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Monday, January 29, 2018

Missouri Truck Accident Claims Pair of Sisters and Others


Q: Are truck companies and drivers subject to additional safety regulations?

Missouri truck accident attorneys know first-hand the devastation a big rig leaves in its wake after a crash with a standard automobile. The disparity in the size and weight of the vehicles puts occupants of standard vehicles in grave danger in a collision.
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Thursday, January 25, 2018

Dog Bite Liability: The Basics


Missouri, like many states, has specific statutes that address liability for dog bites. The owner may be liable in certain circumstances. However, there are situations where no one is liable for the bite. The specific facts of your case will determine whether you have a


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Tuesday, January 23, 2018

Workers’ Compensation Basics in Missouri

Workers’ compensation is an employer-funded, state-mandated system that provides benefits to workers who are injured either on the job or while they are engaging in work activities. It also covers employees who are exposed to dangerous substances and suffer long-term health issues or diseases because of that exposure. These benefits are extremely valuable to injured workers because they provide medical coverage and regular payments to deal with lost wages while a worker recovers.


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Sunday, January 7, 2018

Kansas City Car Accident Claims Two Lives on Thanksgiving


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.


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Monday, December 18, 2017

Motorcycle Safety Tips


Motorcycles are amazing machines. Many riders love the feeling of freedom and speed that they get from riding a bike. However, that freedom is sometimes the very reason that riding a motorcycle is so dangerous. There is very little protecting you from the road. Other drivers are often not as careful as they should be around motorcycles, either.
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Friday, December 15, 2017

An Overview of Spinal Cord Injuries


Roughly 12,500 spinal cord injuries occur every year, and approximately 276,000 people are currently living with some type of spinal cord damage.
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Sunday, December 10, 2017

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


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 Read more . . .


Monday, November 27, 2017

Good Samaritan Laws in Missouri


In an emergency situation, there likely will not be a doctor, nurse, or some other medical professional around to render aid. Instead, you may be forced to count on the kindness of strangers to help you after an accident or medical emergency. Even those these individuals may have good intentions, their lack of experience or knowledge may end up causing more harm than good.

Good Samaritan laws often protect these first responders in emergency situations. However, Missouri’s Good Samaritan laws only offer civil liability immunity for those who have medical training or experience.
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