Hurt On The Job? Find Out If You Have A Good Case When Meeting With A Job Site Accident Lawyer

Were you working at a job site when an accident occurred, and you were injured? The accident may have been caused by faulty equipment, lack of safety gear, or a lack of proper protocol for the employees. When a job site accident does happen, you must go through a certain process to get help for your injuries. You should not be expected to return to work when you are trying to recover from severe and painful injuries that are keeping you from doing many things. [Read More]

Three Tips For Accident-Proofing Your Home To Guard Against Liability Issues

Even if you're not a very clean or attentive person, it's important to keep your home property properly maintained so that no one will ever sue you over a slip and fall accident. Some, but not all, of this maintenance work involves simply keeping your house clean and free of clutter. When you're ready to take possible liability issues seriously, check out these three tips for accident-proofing your home. Find Out Whether Or Not The Sidewalk Is Included In Your Property [Read More]

Three Situations That Should Not Dissuade You From Contacting A Personal Injury Lawyer

If you have been injured, through no fault of your own, and another person or business seems to be responsible for your injury, you may need the help of an attorney. However, many people hesitate to contact an attorney. In some situations, a person may never get the assistance they need. There are many reasons for this, but the following are three of the most common, along with the reasons why this should not stop you from calling an attorney. [Read More]

Facing The Loss Of Your Driver's License After A Missouri Car Crash? What Are Your Options?

If you've recently been involved in a car crash in Missouri, you may be dismayed to learn that your driver's license is subject to suspension for your failure to submit to a blood or chemical sobriety test at the scene of the crash. Without a valid driver's license, you may be without a way to transport yourself to and from work, your child's school, or other important places -- and being caught driving with a suspended license could land you in jail, even if you're later able to successfully disprove any claim that you were intoxicated at the time of the crash. [Read More]