Car Accident

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

In both Illinois and Missouri (as with every other states in the U.S. except for New Hampshire), having auto insurance coverage is compulsory. This means that all motorists are required to carry some minimum amount of liability insurance in order to register their vehicles and legally drive within...
Continuing from How Safe Are Crash Avoidance Systems? (Pt. 1) , here we will continue to discuss the advantages and disadvantages associated with the use of crash avoidance technologies in modern vehicles. Specifically, while the first part of this blog focused on the advantages of these systems (...
One of the more prominent technological advancements that car manufacturers are advertising and that consumers are particularly interested in these days are crash avoidance systems, which are (as their name implies) systems intended to help reduce the incidence/severity of traffic collisions. These...
Picking up from Pedestrian Accident Lawsuit FAQs (Part 1) , here are more answers to some of the most frequently asked questions about pedestrian accident lawsuits. If you still have questions after checking out these pedestrian accident lawsuit FAQs, call the St. Louis pedestrian accident lawyers...
If you are hit by a car while you are a pedestrian, you can be left with some serious injuries – and some important questions about your rights. Below and in an upcoming second part of this blog, we will provide answers to some of the most frequently asked questions associated with pedestrian...
Vehicle manufacturers who issue recalls will now be legally required to display a specific warning label on all notices that have been mailed to consumers, according to a recent mandate issued by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA). The NHTSA announced this new requirement...
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