I have posted repeatedly how the deaths and injuries from traffic crashes have increased to record levels in our SW MO area, and here’s proof that this is also a sad trend in communities across our nation.
Bus service is a vital benefit to a fair portion of our community who do not have access to private vehicles, and cannot be eliminated. Getting to work, to the doctor, and the grocery store is much more difficult in urban living when you cannot just walk down the block for those services.
I have been selected to do a webinar for the American Association for Justice entitled: Understanding Medicare Liens in Personal Injury Cases
Read this article to better understand the types of coverage you have in your auto insurance policy. We share info on the risks you and your family face for each type of coverage and what you need to do to make sure you and your family are protected.
The large majority of motorcycle accidents fall into a few general scenarios, which I have covered below. By being aware of these common types of motorcycle crashes can help us all prepare to expect the unexpected and hopefully help keep Missouri’s roadways safer for biker and four wheel drivers.
We all need to eat better, exercise more and watch our weight. There’s no surprise there, but the trucking industry is finally recognizing that healthier truck drivers are safer truck drivers.
I was so sad to read about Mr. Mestas’ passing, and my heart goes out to him, his family and friends.
VW has been caught installing a “defeat device” on certain diesel vehicles which detect when they are being tested and turn on all the anti-pollution equipment so it passes the EPA testing, and then when the test is done, shuts it off so it is up to 40 times above the maximum pollution standards.
AAA reports that it expects this weekend to reach record levels of travel since 2008 due to the good weather, lower gas prices, and the improved economy.
A proposed rule that will require use of speed limiters on heavy trucks is still scheduled to be published by the Department of Transportation this week, according to the DOT’s latest rulemakings update.