Drivers and passengers involved in low speed crashes may experience injury even if their car was not severely damaged. Have you ever watched a NASCAR race when there is a crash and wondered how the driver can get up and walk away when his car has … [Read more...] about Vehicle Damage in Relation to Bodily Damage
Being involved in a car accident while on the job opens up an array of complex legal issues. There are many occupations that require an employee to drive their own vehicles as part of their daily workload. Real estate agents for example, who drive … [Read more...] about When an Employee is Involved in an Accident
A car accident lawyer will carefully consider the facts and accident report. First instinct when suddenly faced with a stopped vehicle in the road may be to swerve in order to avoid a collision. Unfortunately, swerving into another lane may cause … [Read more...] about Defensive Maneuvers: Who is at Fault When They Cause a Collision?
Head on collisions are one of the most dangerous car accidents. In early October of this year 2 people died on Missouri 39 after their vehicle was struck by another that had crossed the center line and collided with them head on. Head on collisions … [Read more...] about Factors Involved in a Head on Collision
Road rage is a serious problem that can have very serious consequences. Twice this year in Missouri we have seen road rage taken to the extreme. An August incident ended with the offending driver taking his own life before being questioned by the … [Read more...] about Road Rage: Who Is at Fault When it Ends in a Collision?
T-Bone collisions are responsible for at least 8,000 fatalities each year. A large portion of car accidents take place at an intersection and can involve ignoring traffic signals, speeding, or distraction. Sometimes the collision is broadside, or … [Read more...] about Who Is at-Fault in a T-Bone Collision?