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What Is the Average Payout for a Rear-End Collision?

What is the average payout for a rear-end collision? While no two rear-end collisions are identical, the settlements for these types of accidents tend to follow a similar pattern. The factors affecting the amount you may receive include the accident’s severity, the degree of driver negligence, and the accident’s impact on your life. The personal injury lawyers at Brown & Crouppen can help determine how
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A woman that slipped and fell from the stairs

How to Sue Apartment Complex for Negligence

You deserve a safe place to live. When your apartment complex puts profits over your health and safety, it’s important to take action. Whether you’ve been assaulted in a common space or slipped and fell on broken stairs, our premises liability lawyers can help you sue your apartment complex for negligence. A successful legal claim can help accelerate change and compensate you for your injuries.
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Nursing home abuse case length chart (2023)

How Long Do Nursing Home Abuse & Neglect Cases Take?

The average length of a nursing home abuse & neglect case is 701 days (or approximately 2 years.
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Chart showing the average nursing home abuse settlement amounts (2015-2023)

What Is The Average Nursing Home Abuse Settlement Amount?

The average nursing home abuse settlement amount is $248,823.53. Nursing home abuse cases often settle between $150,000 and $350,000 but can be higher or lower depending on case factors.
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Missouri nursing home abuse statute of limitations

Missouri Nursing Home Abuse Statute of Limitations

In Missouri, the statute of limitations for lawsuits alleging nursing home abuse and neglect must be filed within 2 years, starting from the of the injury (or date it was discovered).
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Dog bite claim settlement length chart

How Long Does It Take to Settle a Dog Bite Claim?

Note: This data is based on real case data derived from cases between 2015 and 2023. Average case length values should not be interpreted as an estimate length for your case. Dog Bite Case Timeline Reporting & investigation – The timeline of a dog bite case typically begins with the immediate reporting of the incident to the appropriate authorities, such as animal control or law
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Missouri Dog Bite Laws

Missouri Dog Bite Laws

Under Missouri law, dog owners are is liable for any injuries or damages that are caused by their dog if it bites another person while on public property or on the dog owner’s property if the victim is there lawfully.
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Average dog bite settlement amount chart

What is the Average Dog Bite Settlement Amount?

The average dog bite settlement amount is $84,368.71. Dog bite cases often settle between $10,000 and $100,000 but can be higher or lower depending on case factors.
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Texting and driving in Missouri

Is it Illegal to Text and Drive in Missouri?

For many years it has been illegal for minors to text and drive in Missouri. However, starting August 28, 2023, that law will extend to Missouri adults. On July 7, 2023, Governor Parsons signed the “Siddens Bening Hands Free law” which prohibits all drivers from manually typing, scrolling, or holding their cellphone while driving. The law allows drivers to use hands-free features, including talk-to-text, Bluetooth,
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Illinois statute of limitations for car accidents

Illinois Statute of Limitations for Car Accidents

The statute of limitations for car accidents in Illinois is 2 years, meaning Illinois residents have 2 years from the date of their car accident to bring a lawsuit.  This law applies to anyone involved in the accident, not just the driver, meaning passengers, pedestrians, bicyclists, motorcyclists, etc. are also subject to the two year deadline. About the Illinois Statute of Limitations for Car Accidents
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