Ryan Bradley | July 5, 2021 | Car Accident
Are You Suffering From PTSD After A Car Accident in St. Louis, MO?
A car accident can cause numerous physical injuries and harms for drivers and passengers. However, car accident victims may also sustain severe emotional distress and mental trauma. In some cases, a car crash victim might develop psychological injuries, including Post-traumatic Stress Disorder, or PTSD? Knowing… read more
Ryan Bradley | June 29, 2021 | Car Accident
Common Rear End-Collision Injuries and How You Can Recover
Rear-end collisions are one of the most common types of car accidents in the United States. In 2019, there were 2.194 million rear-end accidents, which included 2,346 fatal crashes and 595,000 injury crashes. Rear-end collisions accounted for almost one-third of all car accidents in 2019…. read more
Ryan Bradley | June 20, 2021 | Car Accident
What Happens When You Are At-Fault for a Car Accident in Kansas City, MO?
Anyone can get into a car accident. Some accidents cannot be prevented. For example, if your car slides on ice and hits another car, no one is at fault. But some accidents are caused by one or more drivers. If you were found to be… read more
Ryan Bradley | June 8, 2021 | Car Accident
What to Know About Car Accident Reports in Missouri
Missouri law requires you to stop when you are involved in a traffic accident; you must remain at the accident scene to render aid and exchange information. Traffic accidents that result in personal injuries, fatalities, or property damage of $500 or more must be reported… read more
Ryan Bradley | May 18, 2021 | Car Accident
What Are The Odds Of Dying In A Car Crash in Missouri?
In 2019, the U.S. Bureau of Transportation reported 6,756,000 traffic crashes nationwide. Over 2.74 million people were injured and 36,096 people died in traffic crashes that year. In Missouri, the Missouri State Highway Patrol reported 157,038 traffic accidents statewide in 2019, resulting in 881 deaths… read more
Ryan Bradley | May 6, 2021 | Car Accident
Can You Sue for a Car Accident if You Are Not Hurt in St. Louis, MO?
According to the Missouri State Highway Patrol, over 157,000 traffic crashes were reported statewide in 2019. Because of those crashes, 881 people lost their lives, and 55,112 people were injured. There were also 118,387 property damage-only crashes. Some people involved in car accidents are fortunate… read more
Ryan Bradley | February 1, 2020 | Car Accident
Federal Motor Carrier Safety Admin Shuts Down Demco Express LLC
The U.S. Department of Transportation’s Federal Motor Carrier Administration recently ordered Texas-based interstate trucking company Demco Express/Demco Transportation, Inc. to cease any and all trucking and transportation operations. The FMCSA found that Demco Express was an imminent hazard to national public safety due to its… read more
Ryan Bradley | January 1, 2020 | Car Accident
Motorcyclist Struck By Tractor-Trailer’s Exploding Tire in Missouri
A male Festus, Missouri resident was struck by an airborne tire tread that exploded from the wheel of a tractor-trailer when the resident was traveling on Interstate 44 on his motorcycle. The motorcyclist was struck on June 13, 2012 at 1:25pm in Phelps County. Kenneth… read more
Ryan Bradley | October 1, 2019 | Car Accident
FMCSA Shuts Down Midwestern Commercial Truck Company
The United States Department of Transportation’s Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) shut down an Indiana trucking company for multiple federal safety violations. The FMCSA’s decision to shut down ultimately prevents Missouri semi-truck car accidents, since the Midwestern truck company operated across state lines. The… read more
Ryan Bradley | September 1, 2019 | Car Accident
Federal Government Cracks Down on Unsafe Trucking Companies
According to the United States Department of Transportation, the Obama Administration has dramatically increased orders to shut down unsafe trucking companies. These federal orders are a part of a larger effort to decrease Missouri trucking accidents and the injuries that result from them. The Administration… read more