Sometimes liability is not always so clear. For example, what happens if a car accident was caused by a sudden medical emergency? When the other driver is texting while driving and causes the accident, it’s pretty clear they are also liable for … [Read more...] about What If a Sudden Medical Emergency Causes a Car Accident?
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Many believe that if a car accident results in injured passengers, then the car must have also been damaged because of the impact. However, that is not always the case. That should be good news, right? One less thing to worry about. The problem is … [Read more...] about Can You File for an Injury Claim with Minimal or No Car Damage?
The discovery phase is a step where the attorney of the other party will ask you questions about you, your injuries, and the case. It can be a rather nerve-wracking step for a lot of people, particularly if you do not have a clear idea of what … [Read more...] about How to Prepare For “Discovery” After a St. Louis Car Accident
If there were no witnesses to your car accident, other evidence surrounding the accident becomes all the more important. Witnesses may be an important part of your car accident claim. When each side sticks to their version of events, an objective … [Read more...] about Is It Possible to Prove Car Accident Liability Without Witnesses?
St. Louis car accident claims often rely upon the testimony of credible witnesses. Sometimes, it all comes down to the witness. When each side has a different story about how a car accident took place, and the physical evidence is only … [Read more...] about How Credible Witnesses Can Help Your Car Accident Claim
An experienced St. Louis car accident attorney can help you gather and preserve the evidence needed to win your case. Most car accidents come with some form of injury or property damage. Even a minor fender bender can lead to serious conditions, … [Read more...] about How to Preserve Evidence After a St. Louis Car Accident