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    What You Need to Know About Missouri Personal Injury Laws

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    When a personal injury occurs, the situation can be much more complicated than just a visit to the doctor. Often, serious injuries and long rehabilitation times happen as a result of personal injury accidents. In addition, the injured may suffer emotional distress and be forced to miss work over a period of time, resulting in lost wages. If an individual or organization is to blame for the injury, steps may be taken for the injured party to receive compensation for the variety of damages that may have occured due to the injury. By understanding the laws in your state regarding personal injury, you can have a better chance at successfully receiving just compensation for your injuries. Read on to learn more about the personal injury laws in Missouri. Continue reading
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    Understanding Drug Possession Laws in Missouri

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    The first time people are charged under Missouri's drug possession laws, they are shocked by the severity of the consequences. They make the assumption that drug crimes are so common that they must not be pursued with much diligence by prosecutors. However, Missouri's drug possession laws are among the strictest anywhere. Being caught with even a small amount of marijuana can have dire consequences. That's why it's vital to work with an experienced criminal defense attorney when you are arrested under drug possession laws Continue reading
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    Advice for Landlords: What to Do in Case of Property Damage

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    As a landlord, you have a large amount of responsibility and stress to deal with when it comes to managing your property and tenants. Sometimes, a lease is signed and carried out without a hitch, but far too often careless and irresponsible tenants cause property damage and refuse to pay for...
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    DUI Checkpoints in Missouri & Kansas

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    Sobriety checkpoints, commonly known as DUI checkpoints, are legal in both Kansas and Missouri. Police use these checkpoints to make random stops that are unconnected to any individual suspicions of illegal activity. Rather, police use DUI checkpoints to attempt to catch any suspicious activity or drivers who might be inebriated. Understanding your rights during DUI checkpoints is important so that you can protect your rights and avoid getting a wrongful DUI. Continue reading
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    Understanding the Differences Between Civil & Criminal Cases

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    In the U.S. there are two general types of legal cases: civil and criminal. While civil cases typically involve disputes between individuals or organizations regarding some type of legal responsibility between the two parties, criminal cases typically involve illegal offenses against the state. Criminal cases are brought forth by the state, while civil cases are brought forth by individuals or organizations. Read on to learn more about the differences between these two types of legal cases. Continue reading
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    Distracted Driving Tips

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    Distracted driving is a common problem that can result in a ticket at best and injury or death at worst. Distracted driving is defined as either taking your eyes off the road or your hands off the wheel, in addition to taking your mind off driving. Avoiding distracted driving will help you avoid getting in an accident and avoid getting pulled over. Continue reading
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    Understanding Employment Law in Your State: Missouri

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    Although Kansas and Missouri are neighboring states in the Midwest, sometimes the difference in a variety of laws between the two states can be surprising. However, it is important to know and understand the different laws across various states so that you can protect your rights. For example, you might live in the Kansas side of the Kansas City Metro while working on the Missouri side. In that case, it is important to know how Missouri employment law differs from employment law in Kansas in order to protect yourself from wrongful termination or other employment offenses. Continue reading

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