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January 2015 Archives

The importance of yielding the right of way

Driving is a relatively dangerous activity regardless of how safely one drives. Because driving is so dangerous, there are many rules that drivers must learn and apply whenever they take to the roadways. There are many rules of the road spelled out in Missouri state law. All drivers should know that a red light means stop and a green light means go, but not everyone remembers the finer points like how many feet one should maintain between cars or how much room is required to enter the lane in front of someone.

Smoke filled subway train leaves one dead

Passengers on public transportation systems put a lot of faith into not only the drivers who transport them back and forth, but also in the equipment that is used. With most passengers having no experience repairing trains, buses or subways, they are left at the mercy of others when there is a breakdown. Most breakdowns result in little more than a delay for passengers, but sometimes it can be deadly.

Man finds surprise in arm from 1964 car accident

The effects of an accident can stay with those involved for months, years and, in some cases, a lifetime. Many times, the physical injuries heal first, leaving a victim to deal with the psychological trauma of being involved in a serious accident, which can leave a person scared to even get back in a motor vehicle.

Is Missouri road rage negligence?

Driving in Missouri can be one of the more frustrating tasks in any person's day. A daily drive can expose a driver to anything from long waits in traffic to near collisions with other drivers. Most people are able to handle the stress of the roadways with little problem, while others fly into fits of road rage. Although statistics are hard to come by, road rage is a growing problem in the U.S. as more drivers take to the roadways.

Car accident claims Missouri family days before Christmas

There are car accidents in Missouri every day. Some accidents leave barely a scratch on the vehicle and person, but others destroy lives in the same instance. For some, the holiday season will forever be a reminder of the auto accident that took the lives of their loved one. For them, the season is nothing more than a reminder of what they have lost.

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