Riding on a motorcycle brings many people a sense of freedom, exhilaration, and joy. But sadly, people are more likely to be seriously injured or killed when they are involved in motorcycle accidents. According to data from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, approximately 88,000 motorcyclists were injured in 2015, and 5,216 were killed in 2016.
Once a lawsuit is filed following a serious injury in a motor vehicle collision, both parties are required to exchange all of the evidence that they have during the discovery process. However, some defendants may try to destroy, alter, or hide evidence that is unfavorable to them in order to place themselves in a better
When a lawsuit gets underway, there is a period of time during which the attorneys involved begin investigating and gathering information related to the lawsuit. This phase is known as the discovery process because attorneys often bring to light important facts and documents that were previously not known – to one or both parties involved –
Many Missourians enjoy riding motorcycles for recreation and transportation, but unfortunately, motorcyclists involved in collisions are much more likely to suffer catastrophic injuries than people in passenger vehicles. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, 4,985 motorcyclists were killed in accidents that occurred in 2018. In addition to those who lose their lives, tens
If you’re injured in a car collision caused by someone else, you might wonder who is responsible for paying for your treatment. Will your auto insurance policy or the at-fault driver’s insurance policy be responsible? Does health insurance cover auto accidents? Many people have multiple avenues available to get their medical bills paid. However, if you