Many car accidents only involve property damage and amount to little more than minor annoyances. For example, out of 131,390 total reported car accidents in Missouri in 2021, 97,207 only involved property damage. However, some people might initially believe that their collisions were relatively minor only to start showing symptoms of injuries several hours or
In most motor vehicle collisions at intersections, one driver ignores the traffic control device and causes the accident. However, in some cases, both of the involved drivers will claim that they had the right of way and the other driver was the one who ran the red light or sign. If this occurs, you will
When you plan a vacation in Branson, you likely do not think that you might be injured in a hotel accident. The city has more than nine million visitors each year, and most of the people who visit do not experience problems. But while vacations are meant to be fun and relaxing, accidents sometimes occur.
Following a motor vehicle accident, determining fault is key to figuring out who should be responsible for paying damages to the other involved party. If you were the victim of a car accident that you believe was caused by the other motorist, you will need to gather evidence to prove the other driver’s liability for
When you merge onto an interstate or try to change lanes while driving on a busy, multi-lane street, you have a higher risk of being involved in an accident. Some drivers speed up when they see others about to merge into their lanes, and others merge or switch lanes without using their turn signals. These