There are two types of states when it comes to establishing liability in a car accident claim: no-fault and at-fault. There are only 18 states in the US that follow the no-fault rule, which means you will rely on your own insurance policy to cover … [Read more...] about Is Missouri an At-Fault State When It Comes to Auto Accidents?
Make sure to follow these tips after the car crash to increase the likelihood of getting the compensation you are legally entitled to. If you have been the victim of a St. Louis car accident, and you want to file a compensation claim … [Read more...] about Follow These Steps to Prove Fault After a St. Louis Auto Accident
When it comes to St. Louis auto accidents, one notorious source of confusion is lane change accidents, which can often be hard to assess. Why Fault Matters First, let’s discuss why fault matters. The reason is that it informs every party … [Read more...] about Who is at Fault in Lane Change Auto Accidents?
Although it is fair that drivers should pay for their portion of negligence, sometimes the way percentages are determined is anything but fair. If you are a driver in the state of Missouri, you are required to carry liability insurance. … [Read more...] about What If Both Drivers Are Equally to Blame for a Car Accident?
Since Missouri uses a pure comparative negligence rule, if you are in an accident and are found to be partially responsible, the amount of compensation you can recover from the other driver will be reduced by a percentage in proportion to your fault … [Read more...] about What If I Am Partially at Fault for My Car Accident?
If I had to swerve to avoid an object or another automobile and ended up hitting someone else, am I still at fault for the accident? The reason car accidents are called “accidents” is because they result from things that are sometimes out of the … [Read more...] about Swerve to Avoid Accident Fault