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Property owners in Missouri owe an obligation to visitors to keep their premises reasonably safe from harm. If you are injured in a slip and fall accident on someone else’s property, including a shopping mall, you may be able to sue if a dangerous condition was responsible for your fall.
Whether you already have one, or if you are planning to build or buy a swimming pool, one of the things you need to consider is the pool fencing options. Missouri state law mandates that every pool has a fence or other structure surrounding it.
November 20th is Universal Children’s Day, a day instituted by the United Nations’ General Assembly to be observed around the world. The U.N.’s goal was to set aside a day to remember the welfare of children across the globe. In honor of Universal Children’s Day, Fox Goldblatt & Singer PC wanted to address child safety on today’s blog.
The Haunted House Association estimates that more than 2,000 haunted attractions operate in the U.S. each year. Since only a week has passed since Halloween, we ask this question, “If you sustain an injury inside of a haunted house, can the haunted house be held liable?”
In Missouri, our residents love to hunt and enjoy nature. But just as there could be many dangers inside your home (such as defective products), there are many hazards awaiting you in the great outdoors.
With small game hunting underway and the firearm deer season set to begin soon, the Dick Cheney incident comes to mind.
Due to games at the Scottrade Center and Busch Stadium, the media released a report estimating that about 66,000 people would be in the downtown St. Louis area today. The St. Louis Cardinals and Blues are both playing this evening, matches that are expected to cause major traffic jams and potentially some accidents.