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Many people wonder whether hiring an attorney after a car accident is necessary or not. At Fox Goldblatt & Singer PC, we believe that while it is not always necessary, it can be incredibly valuable. Each of our car accident clients is dealing with a completely unique situation.
The National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) recently suggested a lower standard for drunk driving. Among other recommendations, the NTSB stated that the legal intoxication limit should be lowered from .08 percent to .05 percent. This recommendation is part of the board’s “Reaching Zero” campaign for the purpose of ending drunk driving for good.
If you have a complaint with your insurance, you can contact the Missouri Department of Insurance (MDI). The MDI’s Division of Consumer Affairs hears complaints regarding most types of insurance, including private auto, commercial auto, and workers’ compensation insurance. There are five major reasons why someone might file a complaint against their insurance company or a specific individual representing an insurance company: claim problems, claim delays, sales problems, premium problems, and policy problems.
A driver was thrown from his vehicle in a tragic rollover accident the morning of May 10th. The accident occurred in north St. Louis County. Authorities are still investigating the cause of this accident, but the report indicates that the driver somehow lost control of his vehicle and hit a curb.
You may have heard many myths about workers’ compensation, but Fox, Goldblatt & Singer PC is here to dispel those myths and present the facts about workers’ comp coverage in St. Louis, throughout Missouri and beyond.
MYTH: For a construction company to be required to carry workers’ comp insurance, it has to employ five or more workers.
After a car accident, one of the first things you should do is file an auto accident claim with your insurance. The other party or parties involved should be doing the same. If your claim is successful and the other party is labeled fully liable, then their insurance will cover the cost of your damages.