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Do I Have to Go to Court for a Missouri Car Accident?

Posted June 20, 2024
Car accidents are painful and traumatic experiences, and often the trauma continues long past the accident date as the injury victims navigate the insurance system and file claims for compensation for their property damage, medical expenses, lost income, and pain and suffering. The last thing a car accident victim usually wants is to have...
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What Questions Should I Ask My Missouri Personal Injury Lawyer?

Posted June 10, 2024
Most good personal injury attorneys offer free consultations to prospective clients. During this initial consultation, they hear the details of your case and may examine any evidence you brought with you, such as a police or accident report, photos, or your medical records. However, it’s important to recognize that this is also your chance...
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Why Do Insurance Companies Delay or Deny Valid Claims?

You’ve suffered a preventable injury with significant financial consequences, like medical expenses and income loss, and the injury was the direct result of someone else’s actions or carelessness. The insurance company of the at-fault party should cover your financial damages and provide compensation for your pain and suffering, and you’ve filed the claim appropriately....
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Can a Car Accident Cause Degenerative Disc Disease?

Posted April 30, 2024
Back and neck injuries are common in compensation claims after a car accident due to the tremendous crash force in an accident. In a collision, a 100-pound person becomes a 3,000-pound force at only 30 miles per hour. But what if your terrible back or neck pain after an accident sends you to a...
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What Evidence Is Needed in a Missouri Car Accident Case?

Posted April 24, 2024
There is a small handful of no-fault insurance states in the U.S. where car accident victims only file claims against their own insurance, but in most states, it matters who causes an accident. Like most states, Missouri has a fault-based insurance system that requires car accident victims to prove the other driver’s liability to...
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What Are Missouri Auto Insurance Requirements?

Posted April 20, 2024
Most states in the U.S. require drivers to carry at least the minimum car insurance coverage to register a vehicle and legally drive (New Hampshire and Virginia are exceptions). Driving comes with inherent risks. A state’s insurance laws help ensure that drivers have the means to compensate car accident injury victims. Like other states,...
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