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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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  • Thinking of Talking to a Lawyer About Your Injury – the Sooner the Better
    Thinking of Talking to a Lawyer About Your Injury – the Sooner the Better

    If you’ve been hurt because of someone else’s negligence and are considering talking to a lawyer about your case, it's better to do it sooner rather than later. Although the actual time limit to make ...

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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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  • Study Shows Drivers Use Phones On More Than 1/3 of Trips
    Study Shows Drivers Use Phones On More Than 1/3 of Trips

    Study Shows Drivers Use Phones On More Than 1/3 of Trips Yet another study was released with some pretty gloomy data on distracted driving. Everqoute, makers of a safe driving app called EverDrive, ...

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  • Driver Guide in Missouri Car Crash Cases
    Driver Guide in Missouri Car Crash Cases

    Missouri drivers are expected to follow the rules of the road. When they don’t, and as a result someone gets hurt, they are responsible for the harm. But what are the rules and where can we find them? ...

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  • 3 Interesting Facts About The Benefits of Roundabouts v. Stoplights
    3 Interesting Facts About The Benefits of Roundabouts v. Stoplights

    According to the U.S. Department of Transportation there are approximately 5 million automobile accidents in the U.S. each year. Fortunately, only about 30% result in injury to the drivers or ...

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