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  • 3 Tips to Stay Safe While Driving in the Time of Coronavirus
    3 Tips to Stay Safe While Driving in the Time of Coronavirus

    The Kansas City area is on lockdown right now because of the coronavirus pandemic. Thousands of Kansas Citians are out of work and forced to stay home. People still need to drive, however, to pick up ...

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  • The Rules of the Road and Car Crashes in Missouri
    The Rules of the Road and Car Crashes in Missouri

    As a Kansas City personal injury lawyer, I vet a lot of potential car crash cases. One of the first things I look into is whether any of Missouri’s rules of the road were broken. You can’t get money ...

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  • 3 Winter Driving Tips from a Personal Injury Lawyer
    3 Winter Driving Tips from a Personal Injury Lawyer

    As I’m writing this, its nasty outside! School was cancelled last night even before a drop of freezing rain came down today. That’s because what the weather brought us today was a sheet of ice. It’s ...

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  • Looking for A New Year's Resolution? Make it No Phones While Driving
    Looking for A New Year's Resolution? Make it No Phones While Driving

    Happy New Year! Congratulations on making it to 20’s. With the new year and new decade comes the traditional new year’s resolution. This time around, to celebrate the beginning of a new decade, I ...

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  • The Importance of Black Boxes in Car Crash Personal Injury Cases
    The Importance of Black Boxes in Car Crash Personal Injury Cases

    Most modern cars are equipped with black box-like devices called event data recorders or EDRs. These are similar to airplane black boxes in that they record information from the moments leading up to ...

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  • Kansas City Pedestrian-Car Crashes on the Rise
    Kansas City Pedestrian-Car Crashes on the Rise

    In February, KSHB Kansas City reported on a rise of car-on-pedestrian crashes in the metropolitan area . Using information from the Kansas City Police Department, the article states there were 360 ...

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