Wheelchair Users Account for 40% of Pedestrian Accident Fatalities

A new study shows that wheelchair-bound pedestrians who get involved in a car accident are more likely to suffer catastrophic injuries or even death. Pedestrian accidents are always serious; most of them result in serious injuries to the pedestrian while the driver of the car often escapes unscathed. Many pedestrians are killed in car accidents. A new study … Read more

Missouri No Pay No Play Law

Missouri is a “no pay…no play” state – if you are injured in a car accident and you do not have auto insurance, then the law limits you from recovering compensation for your injuries, even if the other driver was completely at fault. The “No Pay…No Play” Law According to Missouri statute 303.390, An uninsured … Read more

Is Tailgating Against the Law? Missouri Rear End Collision Cause by Tailgating


Tailgating (following too closely behind another vehicle) is illegal and dangerous driving behavior. Tailgating increases the risk of rear-end collisions, which account for over 30% of all traffic accidents. Serious personal injury and property damage can result from this risky driving habit. What is Tailgating? Tailgating is defined as the practice of driving too close … Read more