Missouri Law FAQ

What Will Happen to Convicted Murderer Herbert Smulls?

January 28, 2014 | Firm News,Personal Injury

Herbert Smulls of St. Louis has an appointment to die on 12:01am Wednesday for murdering another St. Louis man back in 1991. Smulls’ attorneys, however, aren’t giving up without a fight. They contend that the drug Missouri uses for their executions is “concerning.”

Car Accident Lawsuits: What Can I Recover?

January 27, 2014 | Car Accidents,Firm News

If you suffered injuries in a car accident caused by negligent or reckless actions of another, you may be entitled to personal injury compensation. A St. Louis car accident attorney can review your case and discuss the procedures for filing an injury compensation claim.

What is Auto Product Liability?

Auto product liability refers to a legal burden held by car manufactures. In short, car manufacturers are responsible to create safe vehicles and automotive components. If a car is innately flawed, the manufacturer could be held responsible for any accidents and injuries caused by the defect.

Mallinckrodt Elementary in St. Louis Evacuated for Carbon Monoxide

January 13, 2014 | Firm News,Personal Injury

Mallinckrodt Elementary in South St. Louis was evacuated today after traces of carbon monoxide were detected. According to the St. Louis public school system, water had accumulated in the basement of the school building due to the melting snow. Maintenance workers were using generators to siphon the water out of the basement, and the running generators is what caused the carbon monoxide.

Tips for Surviving St. Louis’ Coldest Winter in Years

This morning, St. Louis-area residents awoke to below-zero temperatures which are only expected to drop even further. Although the temperatures will rise slightly over the next few days, they are then expected to drop to levels they haven’t been at in over 15 years.

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