COVID-19 has affected nearly all aspects of our lives. While essential services are most impacted, the court system has not been spared. A lot of courts have closed at some point during the pandemic, and measures have been taken to flatten the … [Read more...] about Will My Car Accident Claim Be Slowed Down Because of COVID-19?
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The inability to work after a car accident – even for a few weeks – can be devastating to your personal finances. It’s estimated that only about 37% of people have enough in savings to cover a $500 emergency – so for many, losing the ability to … [Read more...] about What to Do if You Can’t Work After Your St. Louis Car Accident
Whether the car was stolen or the owner lent the vehicle to a friend or family member, who is liable for your injuries and damages? In most car accidents, the at-fault driver is also the owner of the vehicle. However, that's not always the case. … [Read more...] about Who Is Liable if the At-Fault Driver Is Not the Owner of the Car?
What can you do if you were in your car and you are hit by an Uber, or you’re a passenger in an Uber that’s involved in an accident? Getting in an accident with an Uber vehicle is not such an out of the ordinary event, as the ride-sharing service … [Read more...] about 7 Steps to Take After an Uber Accident in St. Louis, Missouri
If you’ve been involved in a car accident claim in Missouri and had passengers with you at the time of the accident, you are likely wondering if they can recover damages as well. The short answer is generally yes, but how they can get compensated … [Read more...] about Will Passengers in My Car Receive Compensation From the Driver at-Fault in an Accident?
What may come as a surprise is that while accidents are on the rise, the reasons for car accident generally remain the same. Statistics from the Missouri State Highway Patrol show that in 2016, 940 individuals were killed in car accidents. By the … [Read more...] about The Top 4 Reasons Car Accidents Are on the Rise in Missouri