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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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  • Distracted Driving: The Hands-Free Myth
    Distracted Driving: The Hands-Free Myth

    In our connected society, people often use driving as a time to catch up on important calls or schedule appointments over the phone. For most Americans, the cell phone is more than just an auxiliary ...

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  • Distracted Driving: A Dangerous Habit
    Distracted Driving: A Dangerous Habit

    Using technology is second nature to most of us. It’s integrated into every facet of our world, and we appreciate the way it enhances and enriches our lives on a daily basis. It’s so ingrained into ...

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  • Why Is Texting While Driving Still Allowed in Missouri?
    Why Is Texting While Driving Still Allowed in Missouri?

    In January of last year, the Kansas City Star’s editorial board wrote a piece about there being no law prohibiting texting while driving for Missouri drivers over the age of 21. This article is ...

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  • Settlement Confidentiality: It's Up To You
    Settlement Confidentiality: It's Up To You

    Settlement agreements are sometimes confidential, meaning some part of the deal cannot be disclosed or discussed. Most of the time confidentiality applies to the names of the parties to a settlement ...

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  • Despite Spike in Traffic Fatalities, Still No Texting While Driving Laws in Missouri
    Despite Spike in Traffic Fatalities, Still No Texting While Driving Laws in Missouri

    The Kansas City Star reported recently that traffic fatalities spiked last year in the Kansas City region . The article shows that as of the date it was published on December 22, 2017, there were 98 ...

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