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What is Considered a Catastrophic Injury in a Personal Injury Case?

By ashley / June 9, 2017

When a crash, case of medical malpractice or other accident occurs where a person is injured because of someone else’s negligence, there is the potential for an injury. Even though there are countless situations that may result in minor injuries, there are other situations where the injury is cons READ MORE >>

Top Risks Faced by Missouri Construction Workers

By Rob Sullivan / June 1, 2017

Construction jobs are consistently ranked as the most dangerous professionals in the entire country. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, there are over 150,000 construction site accidents in the U.S. each year. With an extremely active commercial and residential construction industry, the s READ MORE >>

Three Ways a Product may be Defective

By Rob Sullivan / May 22, 2017

As a consumer, you expect that the products you purchase will work properly and be safe to use. You really don’t think much about something going wrong and the product injuring you or someone in your family. Unfortunately, this is not always the case. Many manufacturers have released defective pro READ MORE >>

The Risks and Dangers of Improperly Loaded and Overloaded Trucks

By Rob Sullivan / May 16, 2017

Big rigs are the largest, heaviest motor vehicles on the roads and highways. Due to these two factors, they are also the most dangerous. Since these machines are slower and harder to maneuver than traditional passenger vehicles, they pose quite a bit of risk to the general public. This is especially READ MORE >>

Skateboarding Injuries and Fatalities: Are Changes on the Horizon?

By Rob Sullivan / May 10, 2017

Even when the proper protective gear is worn, the risk of injuries for skateboarders is still significantly high. However, when no helmet is worn, skaters are at an even greater risk of suffering a life-threatening injury. In some cases, these injuries can be the result of a negligent property owner READ MORE >>

Remain Safe on Foot: Safety Tips for Pedestrians

By Rob Sullivan / May 4, 2017

If you live in a big city, such as Kansas City, there are many situations where the best mode of transportation is your own two feet. When you walk, you can avoid traffic, make as many stops as necessary without having to find parking and even enjoy saying “hello” to those you pass. Even if you READ MORE >>