Car Accident

Injury and Accident Attorneys Serving St. Louis, Nearby Missouri, Fairview Heights, and Nearby Illinois

Are Driving Safety Apps Making Motorists Safer? Technology and software are positioned to potentially play a prominent role in the way your driving experience will be in the future. While technology may affect the way vehicles handle, it may even be changing motorists’ driving experience – helping...
Adjusting a vehicle’s mirrors before driving and driving defensively are two ways to reduce your risk of getting into blind spot motor vehicle accidents. Picking up from Blind Spot Motor Vehicle Accidents (Part 1) , the following provides some more information regarding traffic accidents that occur...
2015 Ends with 11% Increase in Traffic Death Rate in Missouri After a few years of steadily declining traffic fatalities in Missouri, last year, there was a dramatic jump in the death rate, as officials report that 853 people were killed in fatal crashes in Missouri in 2015. This reportedly marks...
A St Louis personal injury lawyer discusses whether self-driving cars may be safer than conventional vehicles. As Google and others continue to develop self-driving vehicles, the safety of these vehicles has been a growing concern among some parties, with the central issue being whether self-...
Buckle Up No Matter Where You Sit in a Vehicle, IDOT Urges Although more than 95 percent of drivers in Illinois are reportedly buckling up, seatbelt usage among back seat passengers is still “lagging behind,” according to the Illinois Department of Transportation ( IDOT ). In fact, a recent IDOT...
Distracted drivers are involved in nearly 1 in every 4 traffic accidents that occur in the U.S. annually. While this clearly indicates that distracted driving is a prominent problem on American roads, it also reveals how many people may be unaware of the following facts about distracted driving –...
When it comes time to make a claim against an insurance policy, you may be shocked to find out that your insurance company is not really your advocate. In fact, the insurer who promised to act “like a good neighbor” or put you in “good hands” when selling you a policy can become difficult to deal...
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