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Springfield car accidents can cause both physical and emotional injuries

For most of us, getting behind the wheel is the riskiest thing we do all day. As Missouri personal injury lawyers, we know auto accidents are one of the leading causes of death in the United States. ...
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Safe driving in severe weather: Tips for Springfield, Missouri drivers

Summer weather is moving in here in the Ozarks, causing drastic changes in air temperatures and creating the ideal atmosphere to produce tornadoes. Our Springfield personal injury lawyers want to ...
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Prepare for Missouri boating season: Take a boating safety course

Thankfully, warmer temperatures have made their way back to the Ozarks this week, and it won't be long before boating season is upon us once again! To promote safe boating and help prevent boating ...
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Court of Appeals upholds federal regulations that aim to reduce semi-truck driver fatigue

Crashes involving semi-trucks and smaller passenger vehicles are all-too-often deadly. As Missouri truck accident lawyers, we know that these collisions are often linked to certain common contributing ...
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IIHS: Underride guards don't always protect drivers from fatal semi-truck crashes

One of the deadliest kinds of semi-truck accidents occurs when a smaller vehicle collides with the back of a truck's trailer. Federal law requires most semi-trailers to be equipped with underride ...
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Man, pregnant wife & two children injured in Illinois car/train collision

A 20 year-old Illinois man is facing charges in connection with a collision between a car and a Metra train on Saturday night. According to the Chicago Sun-Times, Pedro Bustamante has been cited for ...
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Federal agency orders trucking company to shut down for safety violations

Officials from the U.S. Department of Transportation's Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) recently ordered a Tennessee based trucking company to immediately shut down all interstate ...
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FMCSA Still Working to Develop Efficient Crash Accountability System

The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) works to promote transportation safety by enforcing regulations and improving motor vehicle technology, equipment, and operating standards. In ...
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FMCSA Shuts Down 26 Bus Companies in 6 States for Multiple Safety Violations

The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMSCA) is cracking down on transportation companies that threaten public safety on our nation's roadways. On May 31, the Administration announced that ...
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John Edwards Acquitted on 1 Felony Count, Mistrial Declared on Remaining 5 Charges

This afternoon, the jury in the campaign finance trial of former presidential candidate John Edwards indicated that it had reached a verdict. However, they returned to court with a unanimous verdict ...
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