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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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  • Recovering Compensation for Future Medical Care
    Recovering Compensation for Future Medical Care

    In most personal injury cases in Missouri, we wait until our clients have been released from medical care before we try and settle their case. This is because it is easier to obtain compensation for ...

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  • The Economic Considerations for Personal Injury Cases
    The Economic Considerations for Personal Injury Cases

    There is an economic consideration that must go into every new case. This is true for both the potential lawyer and the potential client. Sometimes this consideration can seem cold and callous, but it ...

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  • Your Insurance Defense Lawyer Isn't Really Your Lawyer
    Your Insurance Defense Lawyer Isn't Really Your Lawyer

    If you caused a car accident and the person you hit sues you, your liability insurance company will hire a lawyer to defend you. However, the lawyer they get for you isn't really your lawyer and isn't ...

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