Car Accident

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

Illinois teen driving laws include a graduated driver’s license program that requires teen drivers to get a learner’s permit and a restricted license before they can obtain a full driver’s license. In Illinois, as in many states, first-time teenage drivers have to complete a graduated driver’s...
Missouri teen driving restrictions include a Graduated Driver’s License law that requires first-time teen drivers to obtain a permit and intermediate license before getting a full driver’s license. Car accidents are the leading cause of death for teenagers between the ages of 15 and 19 years old,...
So far in 2013, there have been more than 658, 200 distracted driving-related motor vehicle accidents in the U.S., with one of these accidents occurring approximately every 30 seconds. Following up to Distracted Driving and Motor Vehicle Accidents (Part 1) , the following is some further eye-...
According to the CDC, at least 9 people die in distracted driving-related motor vehicle accidents and at least 1,060 people suffer injuries in these accidents every day in the U.S. Although driving may seem to be a relatively simple task – particularly for drivers who have years of experience, it...
Taking pictures of the damage and injuries caused by a car accident and requesting a copy of the police report are some things that drivers should do after a car accident. Picking up from What You Should Do after a Car Accident (Part 1) , the following are some additional helpful tips regarding how...
Given how often car accidents occur, drivers should be familiar with what to do after a car accident to protect their rights if they choose to file a car accident lawsuit in the future. Every 10 seconds, a car accident takes place on U.S. roadways, and on average, people who drive regularly are...
Failing to post clear detour signs or to properly section off a construction zone can lead to serious construction zone car accidents. Construction zones are often commonplace on roadways in larger cities like St. Louis because, at any given time of year, the city’s well-traveled roads need to be...
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