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Limo company operator arrested following fatal crash

Fatal motor vehicle accidents in Missouri rip families apart and change the lives of survivors forever. While nothing can bring back a lost loved one, families may derive some comfort from seeing a party whose negligence contributed to the crash brought to justice.

Drunk driving continues to plague Missouri

If you are like many people who live in Missouri, you find it hard to understand why you keep hearing or reading about motor vehicle accidents caused by drunk drivers. Public awareness and education about the dangers of driving and drinking have been actively held for decades now yet too many negligent drivers continue to ignore the warnings, putting innocent people in harm's way for no good reason.

Man charged with multiple offenses in DUI death

Most residents in Missouri have heard much about the dangers of drunk driving yet despite widespread awareness, many people refuse to stop drinking and driving. As a result, too many people continue to be killed by drunk drivers. It is understandable that people want to find ways to seek justice after these senseless accidents.

How should you handle an unexpected death?

While it is never easy to cope with a loved one's death, it can be especially difficult if your loved one died unexpectedly. Deaths after a motor vehicle accident are usually sudden and it is important to understand how you can heal after a friend or family member dies unexpectedly in Missouri.

Families sue after drunk driver kills two

Missouri residents who lose their loved ones at the hands of drunk drivers deserve to have the ability to seek compensation and justice. These horrific and completely preventable incidents leave too many people grieving every year across the state and the nation. Continual vigilance is needed to convince more drivers to not drink and drive.

Jackson County leads region in traffic fatalities

If you are like most people who live in Missouri, you take the safety of yourself, your family and your friends very seriously. While it would be wonderful to think that everyone who gets behind the wheel of a vehicle understands the responsibility to others on the road that goes along with driving, it seems that there are many people who do not. The sheer number of innocent people killed in traffic accidents every year makes this apparent.

Studies disagree on whether ride-sharing reduces drunk driving

For many in Missouri, the availability of ride-sharing services like Lyft and Uber has been a helpful convenience for a night out with friends. While some studies credit the services with spurring a decrease in drunk driving, others are not so conclusive.

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