Missouri Dram Shop Law Liability Not Applicable to Social Hosts – Usually
People go to bars for several reasons, chief among them to indulge in alcohol. Businesses, especially bars, must put humanKeep Reading
How the Federal Employee Liability Act (FELA) affects Kansas City Railroad Worker Injuries
Most people know that if a person is hurt at work, they may have a right to be compensated throughKeep Reading
What is a Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI)?
Unfortunately, a traumatic brain injury can occur far too often for the unsuspecting bystander. Those who work in the insurance fieldKeep Reading
Liability for Injuries from a Kansas City Police Chase
Four people were injured following a police chase on March 31. This yet again demonstrates the dangers of criminals drivingKeep Reading
Sue or Settle: How to Make the Right Choice for Your Case
In an interesting and well-researched article published in the American Bar Association (ABA) Journal in 2002, the author explained aKeep Reading
5 Arguments Insurance Companies Use to Deny Your Injury Claim
When you’ve been through the pain of an automobile accident, the last thing you want to be told is thatKeep Reading
What If I Have Been in a Missouri Car Accident With an Uninsured Driver?
Unfortunately, there are several instances when a Missouri car accident occurs where a driver does not have auto insurance coverage.Keep Reading
What is the Difference Between At-Fault and No-Fault Car Accidents?
After you have been in a Kansas City car accident, you may be wondering how you can possibly afford toKeep Reading