3 Reasons You Shouldn’t Use Your Cell Phone While Driving

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Distracted driving is becoming even more common, and it’s one of the leading preventable causes of death and injury on the highway. Many people have done it – gotten a notification on their phone while driving, picked it up, and tapped out a reply to a text message. Sure, they we were a little distracted … Read more

Updated: September 13, 2021

Should I Accept a Car Accident Settlement Offer?

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Once you sign a settlement offer you absolve the insurance company from any liability going forward. Here’s what you should be aware of before accepting a settlement offer. If you are in an auto accident in Missouri, then the at-fault driver or their insurance company is responsible for paying for any resulting damages and injuries. … Read more

Updated: June 11, 2019

Hit and Run Case

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If you are in an accident with someone who is charged with hit-and-run, it is a good idea to speak with a St. Louis car accident lawyer. In Missouri, it is illegal to be involved in an accident and to flee from the scene without notifying the proper authorities. If you are charged with hit-and-run, … Read more

Updated: June 11, 2019

Suing for Emotional Distress After Car Accident

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Things like fear, anxiety, sleep deprivation, and depression are all types of things that would fall under the classification of emotional distress. When you are injured in a car accident in Missouri, you are generally entitled to two types of damages. Economic damages are those things that make you suffer a financial loss. Things that … Read more

Updated: October 22, 2019

Car Insurance Claim Denied – What Next?

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Insurance companies work hard to limit their liability. It is important to speak with a car accident lawyer to understand what you are entitled to. When you are in a car accident in the state of Missouri, who is at-fault is determined, and then that person’s insurance company is generally responsible for paying for both … Read more

Updated: September 3, 2019