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  • $800K Verdict for I-55 Collision

    Attorney Brad Cundiff of Coyne, Cundiff and Hillemann, PC represented a St. Charles County man in a car accident case. The accident occurred on Interstate 55 near Imperial when Cundiff’s 62-year-old client was struck from behind by another vehicle. The two cars skidded into the concrete median, bounced back into each other, and then bounced into the median again. The defense claimed that both ...
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  • What to Do if You're Involved in a Car Accident

    After a car accident, you will no doubt be flustered and unsure how to proceed. Here are some steps you should take after a collision. See a doctor. As soon as possible, head to a hospital or urgent care facility for medical care. Even if you think you are uninjured, you could be suffering from soft tissue injuries like whiplash that will become painful or dangerous later. Additionally, if you ...
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  • Are You Prepared to Handle a Life Changing Accident?

    Things in life can change at the drop of a dime. For example, news anchor Kyle Dyer most likely didn’t go into work anticipating she would almost have her lips severed when an 85-pound dog bit her face on air. Although this is an extreme example, things out of our control happen often. To learn more about keeping yourself safe, take a look at these resources. If you need personal injury ...
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  • How to Drive Defensively

    Media Summary http://youtu.be/RnQtC32jvUc How to Drive Defensively – Dangerous car accidents happen every day and can lead to serious injury or even death. To keep yourself safe on the road, take a look at this video to pick up some defensive driving tips. When driving, you should stay focused on the road, be aware of other drivers around you, and follow good traffic etiquette, like using turn ...
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  • Know Your Rights if You've Been Bitten By a Dog

    According to the American Humane Society, 4.7 million dog bites occur every year, and approximately 800,000 require hospitalization. Missouri follows the principle of strict liability regarding dog bites. This means that, barring certain circumstances like trespassing, owners of dogs who bite are responsible for the victim’s injuries, even if they did not know that the dogs were dangerous. If ...
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  • A Motorcyclist's Guide to Staying Safe on the Road

    Riding a motorcycle is a great way to travel, but it can be very dangerous. The Insurance Information Institute states that motorcyclists are 25 times more likely to be involved in an accident per mile traveled. Keep yourself safe with these tips. Dress for safety. On a motorcycle, you are much more vulnerable than other motorists. In an accident, your injuries will probably be more severe because ...
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  • Dangers of Hospital Negligence

    Media Summary http://youtu.be/h6un71TEsc0 Dangers of Hospital Negligence Every year, 200,000 people die from medical errors that could have been prevented, and many more are injured. In this CBS news clip, you’ll meet two victims of medical malpractice. Fritzie and Cameron Burkett were overjoyed at the birth of their son, but this tragically turned to sorrow when he died at only six weeks old. ...
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  • Tips for Choosing a Personal Injury Attorney

    Tips for Choosing a Personal Injury Attorney If you have been injured and would like to pursue compensation in court, choosing the right personal injury attorney could be one of the most important decisions you make. Here are a few guidelines to follow to make sure you choose the right attorney for your case. Look for someone with experience. Though law school teaches young lawyers the theory of ...
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