A person is considered negligent if they are careless or behave in a manner that results in injury or damage to somebody else. Negligence is a legal term used as the foundation in numerous lawsuits involving automobile accidents. The term … [Read more...] about What To Do if Negligence Is To Blame for Your St. Louis Car Crash
If you have been injured in a St. Louis car accident and the other party is found at fault, you may be wondering if there is a difference between negligent driving and reckless driving and if this matters for your case? Let's discuss the basics of … [Read more...] about What Is The Difference Between Negligent & Reckless Driving?
Understanding the Law: Negligence, Gross Negligence, Willful and Wanton Negligence in Missouri Negligent by definition means to fail to take proper care of something or someone. But in the context of Missouri and other states' law, the issue of … [Read more...] about Understanding Negligence in a St Louis Auto Accident
If you have been involved in a St. Louis car accident, you may find that it is rather difficult to prove the other party acted negligently. Over 37,000 people die in road crashes each year in the United States, and an additional 2.35 million are … [Read more...] about 3 Reasons It May Be a Challenge to Prove Negligence in Your Car Accident Case
Misusing your high beams can prove very dangerous and even result in a serious car accident. Anyone who has driven at night knows the feeling of a powerful beacon coming from the other side and disappearing suddenly as the other vehicle passes … [Read more...] about Blinded by Oncoming Headlights Car Accident
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?