Who Is at Fault in a T-Bone Car Accident?
Stephen Schultz | August 23, 2022 | Car Accidents
A “T-bone” accident is a common term for a side-impact car crash where the front end of one vehicle slams into the side of the other vehicle. The vehicles resemble the letter “T” after the collision. Side-impact accidents can cause devastating and life-threatening injuries, especially for the passengers on the side of impact. It is… read more
Should I Hire a Lawyer After a Minor Car Accident in St. Louis?
Stephen Schultz | July 18, 2022 | Car Accidents
Car accidents range from minor “fender benders” to catastrophic truck accidents. In some cases, no one is injured, but there could be some property damage. Knowing when to hire a lawyer after a minor car accident can be confusing. The best way to know whether you need an accident attorney is to take advantage of… read more
What To Do When Your Spouse Dies In A St. Louis Car Accident
Stephen Schultz | June 24, 2022 | Car Accidents
It doesn’t seem fair that when your spouse dies suddenly in a car crash, you are left with the burden of paperwork and bills. It’s one thing to try to pick up the pieces and “carry on” with life as normal, but it’s another to actually get reminders of your husband or wife’s death mailed to… read more
How Can You Tell If Your Car Is Totaled After A Missouri crash?
Stephen Schultz | May 1, 2022 | Car Accidents
Missourians are quick to assume that the severity of a car crash determines whether or not a car is totaled. To many, a totaled car means one that is crunched beyond recognition.While it is true that those unrecognizable cars are likely to be totaled, the actual definition of a totaled car is slightly different. This legal… read more
Are There More Car Accidents On Friday The 13th?
Josh Myers | March 13, 2022 | Car Accidents
Superstitious folks can be quite nervous about the number 13. That’s why you’ll rarely see the 13th floor in a skyscraper.The ancient superstition is likely to have stemmed from the Last Supper, after which Jesus was betrayed by one of the 13 attendees. However, some scholars argue that the fear of the number 13 began much… read more