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June 2018 Archives

What happens in a whiplash injury?

Most people in Missouri have heard references to whiplash but they may not fully understand this injury. That may be in part due to the fact that sometimes whiplash is treated almost as a joke or not taken seriously. However, this type of injury can actually result in a chronic condition for some people according to The Mayo Clinic. It is important for people who have been involved in a motor vehicle accident to know the signs of whiplash.

Missouri teens face high risks when driving

Residents in Missouri who have teenage children preparing to get their drivers' permits and eventually licenses are quite often nervous about their kids taking on this responsibility. Their concerns are not without cause as motor vehicle accidents are an unfortunate reality of life on the road. Now, a new study released by WalletHub gives Missouri parents potentially even more reason to worry as it seems the state may not be doing enough to keep young drivers safe.

Calls for federal regulation of autonomous vehicles

People who live in Missouri may have varied opinions on the continuing evolution of self-driving cars. Some might be fearful of this new technology especially in light of the string of accidents that have made news headlines in recent months. Others might welcome the potential benefits this technology brings including opening new doors for the elderly or disabled who struggle with transportation options due to their limited mobility.

Vehicle drivers put bikers at risk

The warm weather is back and for many people in Missouri that means so too is the time when they can happily hop on their motorcycles and enjoy riding along in the open air. To get this season started, May was actually National Motorcycle Safety Awareness month which seems to have been perfectly timed. This month is designed to make bikers more aware of how to ride safely but it is also designed to increase awareness of motorcycles on the road among drivers of other vehicles.

Keep your health care information private

Keeping your health information private is a priority for many people. In fact, there are laws in place to help ensure that your information isn't passed around without your approval or knowledge. The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 is this law.

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