Category: Personal Injury

Do I Have Grounds for a Slip and Fall Claim?

Everyone slips, trips, and falls on occasion. Most of time, we simply brush ourselves off and continue on our way, but in certain scenarios, a slip and fall can cause devastating injuries. Vulnerable populations, such as young children and the elderly, are especially likely to get hurt in a fall; however, anyone can sustain serious [..]

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Boat Collision Injury and Right of Way

Boat collisions happen every year, mainly because of operator inattention and ignorance of rules. Not knowing the right of way rules can be dangerous to yourself and everyone boating around you. Reviewing the Navigation Rules, regulated by the U.S. Coast Guard, can easily prevent collisions.  Right of Way Give-way vessel: vessel that does not have [..]

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Deadlines for Filing Personal Injury Lawsuits in Missouri

The weeks and months that follow a serious and unexpected injury are always stressful. Depending on the nature of your injuries, you may need to arrange childcare, find a new means of transportation, attend physical therapy, and hire a housekeeper. With so much on your plate, it’s not easy to focus on legal concerns, but [..]

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5 Tips for Taking Photos of a Car Accident Scene

Car accident scenes are rife with stress, confusion, and depression. It’s not easy to focus on gathering evidence and taking the necessary steps to give any potential claim the best possible chance of success. But if you fail to take photographs, exchange information with other drivers, talk to witnesses, and contact the police, you are [..]

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Crane Injury from Electrocution

Crane Injury from Overhead Powerlines Cranes being operated near overhead powerlines present a serious risk to workers from electrocution.  According to the bureau of labor statistics electrical injury causes one out of every ten workers deaths and is the third leading cause of work place death. Crane injury electrocution accidents account for more than 70 [..]

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