How Long Do I Have To File a Car Accident Claim in Missouri?

If you have been injured in a car accident in Missouri, it can be devastating. Additionally, figuring out what to do next and when to do it can be confusing – especially when it comes to getting compensation from the at-fault party. Car accidents can… read more

Is Flying Safer than Driving?

Is flying safer than driving? No matter how many times this question is answered, it continues to be posed regularly. And it is truly a legitimate question because flying and driving are two of the most popular ways humans get around.  The answer to the… read more

What Is the Average Missouri Auto Accident Settlement?

Did you know that most auto accident cases never make it to trial? Instead, most car accident victims settle their cases with insurance companies long before a trial is necessary. And although they may not get as much compensation as they would have at trial,… read more

What Are the Leading Causes of Fatal Boating Accidents? 

In 2022, the U.S. Coast Guard reported 4,040 recreational boating accidents that caused 2,222 injuries and 636 deaths.  While the fatality rate decreased by 1.8% and the number of deaths dropped by 3.3% from 2021, no one should’ve lost their lives. Most of these accidents… read more

Collision Insurance vs. Comprehensive Insurance in Missouri

Collision insurance and comprehensive insurance are two types of auto accident insurance. While neither of these is mandatory by law in Missouri (the way that liability insurance is), both of them have their uses. It is important to understand the difference between the two.  It… read more

Understanding Assumption of Risk

If you were hurt in a personal injury accident, you need to be prepared for defenses the at-fault party may raise. One of these is that you assumed the risk of injury. This can be a complicated aspect of a case, and if successful, it… read more

St. Louis Marijuana Laws — What You Need to Know

Marijuana possession and usage laws are complicated in Missouri and throughout the United States. The drug is subject to federal and state laws, which do not always agree with one another. One could be in compliance with state law only to be in violation of… read more

Right-of-Way Laws in St. Louis, MO

St. Louis right-of-way laws exist so that drivers know how to proceed safely in uncertain driving situations. All drivers learn these laws in their driver’s education class. However, since most people take such classes as teenagers, it doesn’t hurt to review how you should react… read more

Are Wolf Hybrids Legal Pets in Missouri?

While not a mainstream pet, there is a sizable portion of the population that enjoys owning and raising wolf hybrids, or wolfdogs. The Atlantic reports that some owners enjoy keeping these creatures because of their beauty, while others seek the challenge of keeping an animal… read more

Should You Call the Cops for a Fender Bender in Kansas City, MO?

It can be tempting not to call the cops after a fender bender in Kansas City, Missouri. There is only minor damage, and everyone says they are okay.  So, why wait for the police to arrive and take up your time preparing a police report… read more