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By Rocky Cannon, Oct 12 2018 02:00PM
Have you been injured on a bicycle by being hit by a car or truck in Jackson County, MO?
If so, then you should contact an attorney to represent you in your bicycle injury case. This is a specialized type of personal injury case. A personal injury attorney will be able to help you hold the person responsible that hit you. You are not looking to punish the person, but to receive just and fair compensation for your damages including your pain and suffering. As more persons take up the hobby bike riding these types of accident become more common. Hopefully, as drivers of cars and trucks become more accustom to seeing bikes on the roads, they will become more cautious and learn to share the road.
By Rocky Cannon, Aug 6 2018 11:00AM
Jackson County Personal Injury Accident Attorney
Do you have a personal injury claim from an accident that occurred in Jackson County, Missouri? If so, then you should contact an attorney in Jackson County familiar with typical personal injury scenarios that occur within the county borders. Typical personal injuries occurring in Jackson County include auto accidents, trucking accident, and slip and falls. You should speak with a personal injury attorney as early in the process as you can to make sure that you do not make a mistake that costs you later.
By Rocky Cannon, Apr 6 2018 07:36PM
Have you been charged with a crime in Jackson County, Missouri such as possession of a controlled substance? If so, then you should speak with a Jackson County criminal attorney about your situation. You may have several options available to you. A criminal attorney will be able to help you evaluate the case against you and represent you before the court and in any plea negotiations with the prosecutor. Get a private criminal attorney and get a better result for yourself.
By Rocky Cannon, Jul 5 2017 02:00PM
Jackson County, Missouri DWI Lawyer
Have your received a ticket for DWI over the Holiday in Jackson County, Missouri? Is so, then you should contact a Jackson County, Missouri DWI Lawyer about your situation. A DWI is a very serious matter and can have lasting impact on you and your license. Consequently you should speak with a DWI lawyer as soon as possible to make sure you are getting the best possible defense.
By Rocky Cannon, May 26 2017 02:14PM
Eastern Jackson County, MO Nursing Home Neglect
Have you left a loved one in Eastern Jackson County, MO in the care of a nursing home that you feel has mistreated your loved one and betrayed your trust? If so, then you should speak with an attorney familiar with nursing home neglect cases. Neglect can take many forms and can include both physical and mental abuse. Potentially, neglect can also be criminal. Your loved one may be afraid to disclose mistreatment even to you out of fear of reprisals. Consequently, you must evaluate the situation for yourself. Does your loved one have an unexplained injury such as a broken hip? Do not simply accept what nursing home personnel are telling you when you suspect something else. If you suspect your loved one has been dropped you should contact an attorney to help you get to the bottom of it.
By Rocky Cannon, Apr 21 2017 03:27PM
Unsecure loads continue to be a problem this spring in Jackson County, Missouri. In one traffic situation, a ladder that was not properly secured dislodged off a pickup truck and was run over by an 18-wheeler behind it. Fortunately, no one was hurt, but had a smaller vehicle met the displaced ladder the result might have been different. The negligent driver of the pickup truck would have likely been held responsible for any accident caused by the falling ladder. Often people forget to consider wind resistance when loading vehicles or open air trailers. A load or item that appears secure when a vehicle is not moving may prove to be very unsecure once the vehicle begins moving. Further, the faster a vehicle travels the greater the wind resistance.
By Rocky Cannon, Mar 1 2017 07:37PM
Have you been in a car accident in the Jackson County, Missouri because someone was driving too fast for the conditions present at the time of the accident? If so, then you may have a right to bring a claim against the person that caused your accident. What is meant by too fast for conditions present? What is meant by this as an example would be driving too fast during a thunderstorm where visibility is reduced or perhaps driving too fast during a snow storm. This winter, the weather, in Jackson county, has varied greatly creating situations where driving conditions were less than optimal. Consequently, accidents have been the result. If you have experienced one of these accidents that was not your fault, then you should contact a lawyer about it.