The problem with not seeking medical attention, is that many car accident injuries don't surface until later. When you are in a car accident in Missouri, whoever is at-fault and negligent is responsible for paying for the other driver, or … [Read more...] about Can You Collect Compensation If You Failed to Seek Medical Attention?
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A mediator in a car accident lawsuit tries to help the parties involved find a settlement they both feel is mutually beneficial. Mediation in a car accident injury law suit is a phase where the parties involved appear before an impartial third … [Read more...] about Car Accident Lawsuit Mediation Process
If you are in a car accident with a driver who acted negligently, you should not be held solely responsible for the accident. Missouri is a comparative law state; meaning that, if you are in a car accident in Missouri, more than one driver may be … [Read more...] about At Fault Driver’s Insurance Won’t Pay
Regularly maintaining your car can decrease your chances of being in an auto accident this summer. Each summer, millions of people hit the road for vacation. Whether you are heading to the mountains for some hiking or thinking of soaking up some sun … [Read more...] about How Car Maintenance Can Help Prevent a Car Accident
Documenting the car accident scene can help make sure you aren't held responsible for an accident that wasn't your fault. When you are in a car accident in Missouri, the party responsible for paying for any damages and injuries is the driver, or … [Read more...] about Why Taking Pictures After a Car Accident Is so Important
This change in the law could give a jury the wrong impression regarding the severity of your injuries. In 2012, the CDC reported that there were over 2.5 million Americans seen in the emergency room due to car collisions. Each hospital visit … [Read more...] about Personal Injury Law Changes Impact St. Louis Car Accidents