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  • Fatal Car Crashes on the Rise in Kansas City
    Fatal Car Crashes on the Rise in Kansas City

    The Kansas City Police Department recently tweeted that as of October 5, 2020, there has been a 54% increase in the number of people killed in car crashes since last year. This is a staggering ...

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  • Hyundai Shouldn’t Normalize Distracted Driving
    Hyundai Shouldn’t Normalize Distracted Driving

    Hyundai released a new advertisement showcasing its lane departure technology by depicting a driver drifting over a lane because she was distracted by her phone. As a personal injury lawyer who ...

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  • Driving in Missouri Requires the Highest Degree of Care
    Driving in Missouri Requires the Highest Degree of Care

    In most Missouri personal injury cases, the defendant is negligent if he or she failed to use ordinary care. This means the defendant should have done what an ordinarily careful person would do under ...

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  • #JustDriveKC: 17% Increase in Missouri Traffic Deaths from Last Year
    #JustDriveKC: 17% Increase in Missouri Traffic Deaths from Last Year

    KMBC recently reported that highway traffic deaths are up nearly 20% from last year . The article quotes Sgt. Andy Bell from the Missouri State Highway Patrol, who understandably expresses frustration ...

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  • In a Car Crash? | 3 Considerations For Filing a Claim
    In a Car Crash? | 3 Considerations For Filing a Claim

    Many people who have been in a car crash struggle with whether to make a claim for money compensation. Understandably so. They may be worried that they will be seen as making a frivolous claim or ...

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  • Getting Back to Normal After the Coronavirus Lockdown
    Getting Back to Normal After the Coronavirus Lockdown

    The lock-down for the Coronavirus pandemic is gradually being lifted and life is getting back to normal (for the most part). At our office, we’re back at full strength (although still following local ...

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