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Strictly speaking, any case that arises from the negligence of the owner or manager of a property is a premises liability case. Sometimes these come from Slip-and-Fall cases – such as at a grocery store. The slip-and-fall is perhaps the most commonly occurring premises liability case that we see. However, these cases arise from other accidents as well.

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Missouri has set out a system of laws designed to ensure that employees are treated fairly when injured while performing job-related activities. I represent people to ensure they are receiving the best treatment to ensure maximum physical recovery and help my clients obtain any monetary compensation they are entitled to receive.

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As a St. Louis motorcycle crash injury attorney, I understand that so oftentimes, inattentive drivers who are not keeping a careful watch for motorcycle drivers can cause life-changing, or worse, life-ending injuries to motorcyclists on the road. When motorcycles are hit by cars or trucks, the damages to the driver of the motorcycle are heartbreaking.

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A car accident is never expected, so it is no surprise most people are unaware of what they should be doing to ensure they are not taken advantage of after the crash. Injuries from car crashes are one of the most common types of cases that my firm handles.

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If you have been cited with speeding in St. Louis, St. Charles, or Jefferson County Missouri, an experienced St. Louis speeding ticket lawyer can keep you from getting any points on your license, help keep your fines as low as possible, and can keep you from paying increased insurance premiums.

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Sometimes it isn’t obvious as to whether or not an automobile accident needs to be reported. As a general rule, any accident that causes actual damage of any kind should be reported.

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A DWI is a very serious criminal charge, even on the first offense. The criminal consequences of even a Misdemeanor DWI conviction can cause people to lose their jobs, professional licenses, and can result in time in jail or prison.

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