During the day-to-day driving, drivers typically are sharing the road with big rig trucks, 18-wheelers, commercial buses and other massive vehicles. In order to prove their ability to drive these large vehicles, truck drivers go through numerous hours of training and certification to commit to following the rules of the"..."
Auto accidents happen to even the safest of drivers. One minute, you can be driving down the road, heading home from work or out running errands, and in the next, you could be involved in a potentially serious accident resulting in injuries that can be severe and life-threatening. There are"..."
Prior to calling an accident lawyer, it is common to have questions and concerns about your situation. Please use this resource as well “Top 5 St. Louis Car Accident FAQs” to help prepare yourself for a MO car accident or to help you decide what to do now, after"..."
One of life’s slap-your-forehead moments is when you hit the St. Louis interstate system a little early to get to that important appointment and realize you are driving into a traffic jam caused by an accident or road construction. That realization usually comes after you pass the last interstate exit"..."
It Only Takes One Click to Save a Life Hey, St. Louis, safety advocates want you to spread the word: “It’s important that teen drivers realize it only takes ONE text, ONE drink, ONE call, ONE reach, ONE distraction to cause ONE fatal moment, but that ONE clicked seat belt could be the difference between"..."
Commercial truck accidents can be caused by a range of reasons, but in most instances the causative factor is related to human error on the part of the passenger vehicle driver or the commercial truck driver. A passenger vehicle driver can be negligent for committing unsafe acts such as traveling"..."
Fatigued or drowsy driving is a prevalent issue among drivers since reports indicate that 60 percent of adult drivers have driven drowsy and 37 percent have fallen asleep while behind the wheel.1 As a result of this type of driving, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration estimates that there is"..."