Self-Driving Accidents: Who’s to Blame?

Self Driving Car Dashboard

Tesla, Uber, Apple, and other tech companies promise that self-driving cars are the future of driving and will save lives in the long term. Currently, however, the technology powering self-driving cars is a work in progress, and they continue to cause accidents across the country. As just one example, GM’s Cruise brand of self-driving cars […]

How Much Is Pain and Suffering Worth in a Lawsuit in Missouri?

In the context of your personal injury lawsuit, the term “pain and suffering” describes the physical and emotional distress you experience because of your injuries. It includes the hurt you feel in both your body and mind. For instance, if a car accident broke your leg, pain and suffering encompasses the physical pain you experience […]

Motorcycle Accidents Often Lead to Immense Losses

If you ride, you are likely drawn to the adventure of the open road, and you undoubtedly recognize the increased risk that comes with it. What you may not realize, however, are the immense losses – or legal damages – you can experience in the wake of even a relatively minor motorcycle accident. If another […]

Do I Need an Attorney for a Property Damage Claim?

In the aftermath of a car accident, it’s never a bad idea to get a first or second opinion from a personal injury firm. With that being said, personal injury attorneys typically only focus on cases involving personal injuries — rather than solely property damage claims. If there was property damage in addition to a […]

Can You Still File A Claim If You Are Partially At Fault For A Car Accident?

Car accidents are not always black and white. Sometimes it is easy to point to another driver’s negligence as the cause of the accident. Other times, however, you may be partially at fault. In these cases, Missouri law dictates that you may still be entitled to compensation for damages incurred due to the accident.  If […]

Not Everything is an Act of God

Missouri drivers know how challenging wintertime driving can be. Heavy snowfall and icy roads may deter some from driving, and those who venture outside must move slowly and carefully to their destination. However, despite inclement weather’s challenges to drivers, a Department of Public Safety study determined that less than 4% of Missouri car crashes occurred during snowy […]