Millions of Americans use rideshare applications like Uber and Lyft every day, including many here in Missouri. The drivers who work for these companies are regular people. They have no specialized training or skill behind the wheel. This means that they are just as likely as any other driver on"..."
As with most things, there are fans and foes, pros and cons when it comes to the auto-drive car industry, with dramatic examples from 2016 of the upside and the downside. For example, a Missouri man used the Autopilot on his new Tesla Model X to reach a hospital more"..."
The honest response to the question of liability in self-driving-car accidents is that the answer is a work in progress. As with any new technology, situations arise for which there is no legal precedent, and savvy lawyers must work to stay on top of technological trends and how the law"..."
If you have recently been in a car accident, it is likely that the other driver’s insurance company has already contacted you about a settlement. In deciding whether you should accept the settlement there are several factors to consider. Need Medical Treatment After a Car Accident MO If you suffered injuries"..."
Ruptured Spleen Is a Common Injury After a Car Accident Ask the next three people you encounter what the spleen does and you are likely to get three blank stares. If someone asks you, tell them it’s a fist-size organ in the upper-left side of the abdomen, slightly above elbow"..."
Studies have shown that human error is a factor in about 95 percent of car crashes. That said, Mother Nature deserves at least partial blame for a lot of weather-related crashes in the St. Louis area. Flash-flooding, icy roads, and winter storms pose significant dangers to drivers. According to the"..."
We receive calls every day from individuals who have been injured in an auto accident with the same question, “I think I have a claim for injuries I sustained from an accident but I am worried that it is too late to do anything about it.” This is a valid"..."