Driving at night poses risks for drivers, especially teenage drivers and the elderly. Driving at night can be more challenging than driving during the day. Poor lighting, oncoming headlights, and fatigue make it difficult to see the road ahead. … [Read more...] about Night Time Car Accident
Liability in Winter Car Accidents
The risk of St. Louis car accidents increases significantly during winters, especially when there is ice on the roads. Needless to say, winter car accidents are common, and it is not always easy to determine liability, because liability can shift … [Read more...] about Liability in Winter Car Accidents
At Fault Driver Killed
If the negligent driver is killed in the car accident, it does not mean the injured person cannot bring a personal injury claim. However, there may be complications. When a car accident is the result of someone else’s negligence, … [Read more...] about At Fault Driver Killed
Why Eating and Driving is Dangerous
Every day, distracted driving kills more than nine people and injures another 1,060 individuals. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), 1 in 5 car accidents that resulted in injuries involved a distracted driver. … [Read more...] about Why Eating and Driving is Dangerous
Drugs Car Accident St. Louis
Mixing narcotics and driving can be just as dangerous as driving drunk and often result in serious, even fatal, car accidents. Driving after taking any type of drug – prescription and/or recreational is always risky. While medical practitioners … [Read more...] about Drugs Car Accident St. Louis
Chain Reaction Car Accident Who’s at Fault?
Determining fault in a chain-reaction car accident can be difficult, especially one involving a number of vehicles and drivers. When you are in an accident with one other vehicle, it is often easy to figure out who is at fault and negligent. In the … [Read more...] about Chain Reaction Car Accident Who’s at Fault?