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May 2015 Archives

What is the lemon law in Missouri?

When people purchase a product, they expect that it will work how it is supposed to. They don't expect it to be riddled with problems or otherwise defective. When it comes to cars, Missouri residents need to know that what they are purchasing will be reliable and safe since an auto part defect can not only cause an inconvenience but can be seriously dangerous.

Defective airbag recall once again expanded

Americans, including Missouri residents, rely heavily on their cars to get them from one place to another. Missouri is a large state and without personal motor vehicles, people couldn't get to their work or to their homes. In order to travel safely by cars, people rely on other drivers. They trust that other drivers are paying attention to the roadways and are not engaging in dangerous behavior behind the wheel.

Get skilled legal representation for mass transit accidents

When people trust public transportation to take them from one place to another, it can be a big shock when something goes wrong. Mass transit vehicles are not immune from serious accidents, and passengers can easily be hurt.

Railway safety: how safe people are around trains

There are many different types of mass transit options for Missouri residents. For people who are not interested in driving from place to place on their own, mass transit often provides an affordable and quick alternative option. People can turn to busses, airplanes or trains in many situations. However, people need to understand that just like with private transportation, accidents can occur.

What can be done to keep kids safe around a school bus?

Many Missouri residents rely on personal motor vehicles to get them from place to place. They have control over where and when they drive, and often the decisions that are made behind the wheel. However, children are not in this position. Instead, children are often at the mercy of other drivers to keep them safe. In particular, children are often passengers on school buses, with little or no control over their safety. Instead, parents rely on school districts and bus drivers to make safe decisions for their children.

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