Having gotten into a car crash in Missouri, you have likely experienced an injury of some kind. While neck, head and spine or back injuries are discussed frequently, they are not the only type that you can suffer from. Today, we will take a look at a specific type of knee injury.
Drowsy driving crashes are often catastrophic, but they can always be prevented. Drivers should never operate the vehicle unless they are in the appropriate mental state and are physically able to handle the duties. Many drivers, including truckers, don't pay attention to these factors before they get on the road.
After being rear-ended in Missouri, there are certain steps that need to be taken in order to smooth out the path to gaining the compensation you deserve. These steps start as soon as the crash has occurred, so it is important for you to be on top of things.
Property owners in Kansas City have the responsibility of maintaining a safe location, so if you find a place on your property that poses a danger, it needs to be fixed for the safety of anyone who should visit your property. However, some unsafe situations cannot be rectified immediately, which places the property owner in an awkward situation. If the owner cannot stop people from entering the hazardous area, the owner could be held liable if someone gets hurt.
Like many motorcyclists, you may ride at any time of the year. However, as we at the law offices of McShane & Brady, LLC, understand, spring means an increase of two-wheeled vehicles on the roads. You and other Missouri bikers face hazards whenever you ride, particularly when it comes to other drivers.
Residents in Missouri who are concerned about their safety and the safety of their family members on the road may often wonder why they continue to see so many people texting while behind the wheel. All around the country, awareness about the dangers of distracted driving has prompted almost all states to enact legislation expressly banning such actions by drivers. Only Missouri, Montana and Arizona have yet to pass any laws making texting and driving illegal.