Summer Driving Dangers
When you involved in a car accident during summer vacation, contact a Kansas City car accident attorney Stephen C. Mayer has worked with many different victims of motor vehicle accidents and he knows how to help you at these times.
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Month: June 2015

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With summer well underway now, it is a good time to get a refresher on the dangers that face motorists in Missouri during this time of year. Families on vacation, friends out for an adventure, commercial truck drivers working hard to meet their delivery deadlines and more must all share the roads. Car accidents can…

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Missouri residents who have been in accidents caused by drunk drivers or who have lost loved ones in such crashes know the tragic realities of these situations all too well. Even when a victim survives, the medical expenses not covered by insurance can be extremely high, work time is lost and injuries can result in…

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According to the Missouri Department of Revenue, all drivers in this state must hold motor vehicle insurance. At a minimum, these car insurance policies must include $10,000 for property damage (per accident), $25,000 for bodily injuries (per person) and $50,000 for bodily injuries (per accident). In addition, vehicle owners must carry uninsured motorist coverage. These…

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At Mayer and Rosenberg, we believe that those who are hurt as a result of others’ negligence should be compensated for their losses. It can be especially important to pursue compensation after motorcycle accidents, as they often produce severe injuries and fatalities. Over the years, our Missouri attorneys have become well versed in identifying key…

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