Auto accidents occur in many different ways, including side collisions, rear collisions, and more. One of the most dangerous types of accidents is a rollover accident,1 in which the vehicle rolls over onto its side or roof. All victims of rollover accidents should call an experienced car accident attorney at"..."
Burns suffered in car accidents can be among the most devastating types of injuries. If you are coping with burns from a car crash, you know firsthand how agonizingly painful, difficult to treat, and terribly limiting these injuries are. You may feel frustrated, angry, worried, depressed – or all of these"..."
Every year, thousands of car accidents in Missouri, Illinois, and throughout the United States leave drivers, passengers, bicyclists, and pedestrians with extremely serious injuries. These injuries may require long hospitalizations, extensive rehabilitative care, or lifelong treatment. They could leave a person unable to work and support his or her family. When You’ve"..."
St. Louis Bone Fracture Lawyers If you’ve suffered one or more broken bones in a St. Louis car accident, you may be wondering how long it will take for you to recover ─and how you will pay your rising medical bills and make ends meet in the meantime. A broken"..."
What Is Underinsured Motorist Coverage in MO? Underinsured Motorist coverage protects people in situations where the person at fault for the accident did not carry enough insurance. When someone causes an accident they are responsible for all the damages that result. This includes medical bills, lost wages, out of pocket expenses in"..."
Helping People Injured in MO Rear-end Accidents Recover for their Losses Few accidents happen as suddenly and with as little warning as most rear-end accidents. In many cases, an impact comes as a complete surprise to the occupants of the vehicle being struck. One could be sitting at a stoplight or slowing down"..."
Helping Injured MO Clients Maximize their Insurance Coverage Every St. Louis driver should know that having auto insurance is required under Missouri law. Additionally, if you are injured in a car accident that was another driver’s fault, you expect that their insurance company will pay for your medical expenses. However, even if an insurance settlement"..."