If you are involved in a car accident, you'll definitely need to provide proof of insurance and show a valid driver's license. As anyone who has ever been pulled over for a traffic violation knows, the phrase “Can I see your license, … [Read more...] about Why You Need to Carry Your License and Insurance With You in Your Car
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If you were in a car accident in St. Louis and were issued a ticket, the ticket itself does not necessarily make you at fault. If you are in an auto accident in Missouri, someone is deemed at fault and liable. Missouri is an at-fault state, which … [Read more...] about If I’m Issued a Ticket at the Scene of an Accident, Am I at Fault?
You shouldn’t ever go without the help you need because you are fearful of not having the money to care for yourself. If you have been in an accident in Missouri and are worried because you are injured but don’t have health insurance, then you might … [Read more...] about Who Pays My Medical Bills After a Car Accident – Health or Auto Insurance?
If your car is stolen and the person who stole it is in an accident, then you are not liable for the accident. The state of Missouri is an “at-fault” state in auto law. That means when an accident occurs, only one party is found at fault and liable … [Read more...] about If Someone Steals My Car and is in an Accident, Am I Liable?
Pedestrians also have an obligation to act as any reasonable person would to protect themselves. When you are in an accident and you hit a pedestrian, in most cases you, the driver, would be found at fault. However, although the law holds the driver … [Read more...] about Can the Pedestrian Be at Fault in a Car-Pedestrian Accident?
Once your teen has their driver's license, it is important that you name them on your insurance policy. It is scary enough the day your child gets their permit to start driving, but it’s even more so when they get their license and you realize that … [Read more...] about Is My Teenager Covered if They Drive My Car and Are in an Accident?