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

Addressing Delayed Injuries After a Car Accident

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One of the biggest mistakes someone can make after a car accident is to dismiss an injury as nothing serious without having proper tests run. When you are in an automobile accident, the car hits something and stops, but your body does not. The types of injuries that are most common in car accidents are … Read more

Updated: December 3, 2018

Involved in a Car Accident With Someone Who Has No Insurance?

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Being hit by someone who isn’t carrying insurance is not an unusual thing. If it happens to you, make sure that you have a professional who knows how to find you the compensation you deserve. To drive in the state of Missouri, you need the mandatory minimum insurance. The minimum insurance coverage is called liability … Read more

Updated: February 16, 2022

Missouri DWI Laws

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To try to curb the high percentage of accidents that happen due to drinking and driving – especially with underage drinking – Missouri has enacted what are called “Zero Tolerance” laws. In Missouri, obtaining a driver’s license is not a right but a privilege. With that privilege come some expectations of drivers’ behavior for when … Read more

Updated: December 3, 2018

What Is Comparative Negligence & How Is It Calculated?

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Contributory negligence is a type of law that means that more than one party can be found partially liable for an accident. Being negligent means that someone does something that directly leads to an accident. It can also imply that someone failed to do something that any reasonable person would have, and that failure to … Read more

Updated: June 11, 2019