You get into a serious car accident. It results in weeks in the hospital. You obviously can't work at that time, and you miss work for months afterward as you heal at home. You will probably need some level of medication for the rest of your life, and all of your injuries may not heal.
Kansas City offers plenty of activities for you and your family to enjoy during the summer months. There may be times, however, when your participation in such activities is contingent on you signing a liability waiver. Such waivers are meant to signify that you understand that there might be inherent risks associated with a certain activity or entering on to a property, and by signing it, you agree to absolve the property owner of liability for any accidents that may occur. While you may agree that a property owner should be held liable for any injuries resulting from your own carelessness, you might also assume that a liability waiver does not extend to cases of obvious negligence.
People who ride motorcycles in Missouri know that they are part of a special community. Bikers all across the country share their passion for riding on two wheels and enjoying the sense of freedom that comes with doing so. These people also share each other’s pain when even one motorcyclist is injured or killed in an accident.
Tractors and other farm equipment are not ideal for traveling on Missouri roads. Nevertheless, sometimes it is necessary to drive them there, and drivers of other vehicles should take extra care when sharing the road with farm equipment, particularly in rural areas.
Deer crossing the road at inopportune moments, posing a hazard to vehicles and their occupants, are a fact of life in many areas around the country, including in Missouri. By wandering onto the highway, one deer forced two drivers to stop suddenly on Interstate 64 near St. Louis, Missouri, inadvertently setting off a chain reaction that resulted in the death of one vehicle occupant.