Legal Articles, Personal Injury

Does Fault Matter in An Accident Case?

No one wants to be the victim of someone else’s mistakes. You’re minding your own business, going where you need to go when, out of the blue, an accident happens. You’re injured, confused and need help. If someone else’s negligence has put you through this, you want that person to be held accountable. With some thought, preparation, work and a little luck you may be able to make that happen.

What You Need To Know About Personal Injury Cases

If you have been injured and feel you may have a right to compensation for your time and suffering, there are a few things you should know.

General Questions and Answers about Wrongful Death

These are some basic questions and answers about Wrongful Death.

Receiving Workers Compensation for Burn Injuries

Burn injuries are often incredibly painful, hard to treat, and have drastic long-term consequences.

How a Pre-Existing Condition Affects Your St. Louis Car Accident Claim

Though no car accident is simple, ones that involve pre-existing conditions are especially complex.

Why Semi-Trucks Are the Most Dangerous Vehicle on St Louis Roads

Semi-trucks can be very dangerous. They are big, carry dangerous cargo, and sometimes have negligent drivers behind the wheel.

Do's and Dont's of Car Wrecks in SC

Do's and Dont's of Car Wrecks in SC

If Your Vehicle Has Been Recalled, Get it Fixed!

You might have gotten a letter from your vehicle’s manufacturer or learned about the recall through the media. You’re busy and have only so much time to spare, and the recall doesn’t sound like a big deal. But if you know about the recall, the part fails and this unrepaired problem causes harm to you, your passengers or others, you are to blame. Is it worth the risk of not fixing it?

When to Get an Attorney for a Car Accident

Before you sign for a settlement and accept an offer, it is best to speak with a car accident attorney.

Personal Injury Lawyers | Federal Court Relieves General Contractor

Personal Injury Lawyers | Federal Court Relieves General Contractor

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