If you suffer injuries in an auto accident, you may be able to recover for all of your accident-related losses if a negligent party caused the accident to happen. Injured victims can file a personal injury claim against negligent parties in civil court in order to receive financial compensation for"..."
According to Distraction.gov,1 texting is one of the most dangerous types of driving distractions because it causes manual (hands off the wheel), visual (eyes off the road), and cognitive (mind off the task of driving) distractions all at the same time. Texting has even been noted as more dangerous than"..."
Rear-end accidents account for nearly 30 percent of all auto accidents in the United States. Rear-end accidents have the potential to cause serious injury, especially to the neck and back, spine, or head. For this reason, many rear-end accident cases result in personal injury lawsuits so that injured victims can"..."
The Missouri Department of Transportation (DOT) indicates1 that more than 35,000 traffic accidents which resulted in personal injuries in 2011. Many of these car accident victims sustain serious injuries that result in significant economic and non-economic losses. These losses may include property damage, lost income, loss of quality of life,"..."
An actual injury is an essential element of any personal injury lawsuit. Sometimes, car accident victims may not think that their injuries are severe enough to justify a lawsuit. After all, car accident victims who are well-insured generally have any medical expenses or vehicle repairs paid for regardless of whether"..."
Out of the out tens of thousands of car accidents that occur throughout Missouri each year, a significant number are caused by out of state drivers. This is particularly true for metropolitan areas that lie on or near the border of two states, such as St. Louis or Kansas City."..."
Single-vehicle accidents injure thousands of people each year. In many cases, people assume that the driver of the vehicle must have been at fault for an accident. In many cases, this is accurate, and many single-vehicle accidents do occur due to issues such as driver fatigue, impaired driving, or speeding."..."