Reporting a Drunk Driver
According to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), someone is killed in an accident with a drunk driver every 50 minutes. And in 2016, the CDC reported that […]Read More
What to Do After a Truck Accident
When you drive your car on highways and city roads in Missouri, you are forced to share them with semi-trucks, buses, and other large commercial vehicles. Truck drivers and other […]Read More
Drunk Driving Car Accident Tips
All car collisions have the potential to change a person’s life in devastating ways, causing extensive damage, catastrophic injuries, or even a fatality, but crashes caused by drunk drivers are […]Read More
Who Is Liable for a Truck Accident?
When a collision occurs involving a large truck, the resulting claims are often more complex than car accident claims because multiple parties may be liable for the crash. Determining who […]Read More
The Importance of Expert Medical Witnesses
Accidents can cause injuries that range from minor issues to life-altering disabilities. When you submit an injury claim to an insurance company after an accident, you will need to have […]Read More
Should I Hire a Lawyer for a Minor Car Accident?
If you are involved in a collision that you consider to be relatively minor, you might wonder whether it is worthwhile to talk to a personal injury lawyer about what […]Read More
How to Deal with the Insurance Adjuster After a Car Accident
Not long after you have suffered an injury in a motor vehicle collision that was caused by another driver, a representative from that person’s insurance company (also known as an […]Read More
When to File a Car Insurance Claim
If you are involved in a collision, you might be hesitant to report it to your insurance company regardless of whether or not you were at fault. While there are […]Read More
What Doctor to See After a Car Accident
If you are involved in a car collision, your situation may end in one of three common scenarios. First, you might be lucky and emerge without an injury. Second, you […]Read More
Who Can File a Wrongful Death Suit?
In Missouri, a wrongful death claim may arise when a person is killed in an incident that was caused by the negligent or intentional actions of another person or an […]Read More