Missouri drivers who see large trucks sharing the road with them and wince at the prospect of a crash and its aftermath have reason to be concerned. Not only do these vehicles travel at significant speeds, go great distances, and are controlled by drivers who might be experiencing fatigue, but there are ingrained issues regarding truck safety that are not being addressed. For those who have been injured in a truck accident or lost a loved one because of one, it is wise to understand the various factors that contribute to these crashes.
Depending on the state, there can be a higher chance of being in a car crash due to a myriad of factors. A report from Allstate Insurance examined the 200 biggest cities in the U.S. and determined which had the best and worst drivers. This was good and bad news for Missouri.
If you are facing a drunk driving conviction for the third time in the state of Missouri, you are no longer in the misdemeanor category, you are facing a felony. The penalties are harsh, but a felony also affects your future. As an applicant with a criminal record, how likely are you to find employment?
It is a difficult decision to place a loved one in a nursing home so they can receive the treatment and care they cannot get at home. The illnesses and conditions that make it necessary for nursing home care are such that the staff must be attentive, professional and caring. Unfortunately, there are incidents in nursing homes that cause injuries and death to the residents.
Every single day, countless people across the country get in their car and head out on the open road. For the vast majority of motorists, these trips are uneventful and are completed without incident. For other, however, unfortunate events occur. These car accidents can result in serious injury or, tragically, death. Facing the aftermath of these awful situations should not be handled alone.