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My wife thinks public service announcements (PSA) for littering are going to come back because this current generation of kids can frequently be seen littering.  I personally think there will be other PSAs - ones for eating healthier (fruits and veggies mostly and getting rid...

An older CNN Article by Anderson Cooper titled "Insurance Companies Fight Paying Billions in Claims" is making its way back around because of the tactics employed by insurance companies is still heavily utilized today, over ten years after the article was originally published.  In essence, insurance companies rely...

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Unfortunately you were involved in an automobile collision with another driver who is at fault.  One of three situations will typically arise in property damage to vehicles cases : 1) the other driver has automobile insurance coverage; 2) the other driver does NOT have automobile...

Some of you may already have seen this video of a Tesla vehicle in autopilot mode correctly predicting a collision was going to occur based on slowdown of the vehicles ahead.  The Tesla autopilot feature beeps moments before the crash occurred, slowed down and avoided...

This is a tragic story involving a 5-year-old girl that was killed on Christmas Eve in Texas.  A 22-year-old driver was using Apple’s FaceTime feature while driving on the highway.  He rear-ended a family’s Toyota Camry while traveling 65 mph and ended up rolling up...

Governor Greitens has been sworn in and one of issues on his agenda is tort reform.  Governor Greitens, with the help of a Republican Congress, should be able to push through much of the legislation he believes is necessary for Missouri.  The issue with tort...