I was at the Springfield Chamber transportation meeting this morning, well attended by many contractors and representatives from all levels of government; the standout report was from Andy Mueller with MoDOT about the progress of the Highway 65 rebuild project; instead of the traditional closing one lane at a time for rebuilding while keeping another…
At Ransin Injury Law we would like your help in sharing this wonderful event to our community. This is 100% FREE to the public. Below is the seminar agenda for March 23rd, 2019 in Springfield, Missouri.
The Sunday after Thanksgiving is usually the most heavily traveled day on our highways – and potentially the most dangerous. That’s why we implore you to
Drive Safer Sunday, November 25, 2018.
Why is Motorcycle Safety and Awareness Important? “Mainly, people don’t pay attention to people out there on the road. They just act like you’re not there. Roger about got run over twice yesterday. So, they’re just not noticing us out there.
Would like to wish you and your family a safe 4th of July. I came across this article where AAA is predicting that this year will be the highest number of travelers on our roadways since they started keeping records nearly 18 years ago! Please remember to always look twice, keep your eyes off the screens, and help keep all Missouri motorists safe.
Recently, I came across a great article the NATMI recently shared that focused on the effect that advanced safety technology on our vehicles has had in regards to the number of yearly accidents.
When a car crashes with a passenger in the back seat who isn’t using a seat belt, the unbelted rear-seat passenger can slam into the driver’s seat, pushing the driver into the airbag and steering wheel with a 35-mph impact. More than half the fatalities in passenger vehicle crashes in the USA each year involve unbelted occupants.
I was reading my monthly American Motorcyclist magazine, and at the very end was an article that really caught my interest regarding how we are all tied up with electronic communications.
This past Friday The Springfield Chamber of Commerce’s Governmental Relations Committee held is 2017 Legislative Preview. Nearly 70 government and business representatives attended this meeting.
Missouri House Representative Paul Fitzwater filed HB646 yesterday which is a collaborative effort amongst concerned health care providers and the Brain Injury Association of Missouri.