Can Property Owners Be Held Accountable for Your Injuries?

Let’s say you and your family decided to beat the excessive heat this summer and take many trips to your local pool. During one of these visits, your child falls into the deep end of the pool. Even more frightening, you notice that there is not a lifeguard, or any other authority around who can…

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What Is the Seat Belt Interlock Program?

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) reports that there were 22,215 vehicle passengers who died as a result of not wearing their seat belt in 2019. Although everyone is aware of the importance of wearing your seat belt when driving or riding around in a vehicle, some people still want to risk their livelihoods…

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Why Can Personal Injury Cases Take So Long to Resolve?

Suffering an injury because of someone else’s negligence often leads to extensive medical bills, lost wages, and the inability to provide for your family. There’s so much that goes into building a personal injury case, which is why you should work with an experienced St. Louis personal injury attorney throughout the process of making a…

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Common Hazards for Motorcycle Riders in Autumn

There are few times of year more perfect for a ride than a crisp autumn day. While fall is a beautiful season, it is also a season that brings additional road hazards for motorcycle riders. The more that motorcyclists become aware of the dangerous hazards that await them this upcoming season, the better they can…

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What Are the Most Common Car Accident Injuries?

Automobile accidents continue to be a leading cause of personal injury in the United States. Varying degrees of physical trauma resulting from a car accident can set victims back anywhere from a few days to a lifetime. While every crash and injury is unique, statistics reveal the most common injuries and what causes them. In…

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What Are Missouri’s Seat Belt Laws?

Wearing a seat belt properly while driving is a well-established safety measure that helps prevent thousands of passengers from vehicular death every year. As the single most effective thing someone can do to protect themselves in a crash, it is no wonder that the United States has specific laws to protect their citizens. In fact,…

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Older, Used Trucks Keep Going to Auction, But Should They?

As global industries rebound from the production lull of 2020, many cannot keep adequate supply to match rising demand rates and subsequent price increases. The transportation and trucking industries are no exception. Fueled by a massive surge in online shopping, this year trucking companies in the U.S. have seen record-breaking costs for new and used…

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How Can Drones Help with Accident Reconstruction?

One of the most important pieces of a personal injury claim is evidence. A strong amount of evidence bolsters a case, shows fault, and helps prove that you were the victim of another individual’s negligent actions. Further, after a serious accident, it can be hard to remember the events that led up to the crash…

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The Dangers of Commercial Trucks and Blind Spots

Whether you call them big rigs, 18-wheelers, or semis, commercial trucks are massive vehicles. These types of trucks weigh in around at 20,000 to 80,000 pounds, depending on their cargo load. Besides being a potential highway hazard simply due to their size and weight, commercial trucks also have a number of blind spots around their…

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What Should I Do After a Rideshare Accident in St. Louis?

Millions of people across Missouri, and the nation, use rideshare apps like Uber and Lyft every day. The rideshare industry has grown in leaps and bounds over the past few years, becoming ubiquitous in cities like St. Louis. People enjoy the convenience and comfort of a private car, and some city-dwellers have discarded their personal…

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