Driving drunk is extremely dangerous and causes an estimated one death every 51 minutes1 in the United States, as well as thousands more injuries. The following is some information regarding how you can hold a drunk driver liable for any losses you suffer. Civil Case is Separate from a Criminal"..."
If you or a member of your family has been injured in a car accident, you may not know what your legal options are. You may never have been involved in this type of situation before, and you may not know what to expect. The following information provides an overview"..."
According to statistics reported by the United States government, an estimated 2.3 million people1 sustained injuries in motor vehicle accidents in 2013. Many of these accidents were caused by a negligent driver, auto manufacturer, or another party who should be held liable for the injuries and other damage they caused."..."
As the legislature in Missouri continues to fight over funding for road maintenance and repair, the roads continue to deteriorate. These poor road conditions may cause accidents which injure a driver or a passenger in a vehicle. Since the roads are generally maintained by the state or local governments, many"..."
Many attorneys were asked, “When do you need to hire a car accident lawyer?” You can see the responses here: https://www.dolmanlaw.com/hire-car-accident-lawyer/ – Tony Bruning LET US GET STARTED ON YOUR ST. LOUIS CAR ACCIDENT CASE TODAY If you or someone you care about has been seriously injured in an auto"..."
Step One: Is Everyone OKAY after the Car Accident? First, make sure you and your passengers are okay. If not, call for medical help as soon as possible. Stop your car at or near the scene of the accident. If possible move the car off the road so traffic is"..."
Distracted drivers cause accidents when they do not look carefully at the road and traffic or they look but do not pay attention. Driver distraction may be the leading cause of car crashes. Some of the reasons for distraction are common. Regardless of the reason for distraction, drivers are always"..."