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Halloween Safety for Drivers and Pedestrians

Posted on October 31st, 2019 by Zane Cagle

Halloween in St. Louis Halloween in St. Louis is always a big deal!  Parents are pretty familiar with the horror stories of unsafe treats and avoiding homemade treats. But, the biggest danger to trick-or-treaters is actually motor vehicle traffic.  Motorists and pedestrians interacting safely this evening is the biggest concern…

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Many Are Getting Grouchy About Distracted Driving

Posted on April 26th, 2019 by Zane Cagle

Distracted Driving Becoming a Old, Familiar Topic When most of us think about distracted driving, we think of those drivers who look at their mobile phones while driving. However, distracted driving can be any driving behavior that causes you take your eyes off of the roadway. These behaviors include time…

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Missouri Head-On Collisions Thus Far in 2019

Posted on April 4th, 2019 by Zane Cagle

March Maintains High Numbers of Head-on Collisions According to the Missouri State Highway Patrol motor vehicle incident reports, we studied the  head-on collisions in Missouri for the months of January, February and March. January had 13 head-on collisions. In those collisions, there were 11 fatalities and 11 serious injuries.   In…

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St Patrick’s Day Traditionally a Boozy Holiday

Posted on March 15th, 2019 by Zane Cagle

Plan Ahead for Safe Transportation after St. Pat’s Celebration You absolutely can have a GREAT time celebrating St. Patrick’s Day and be responsible.  Simply making a plan for safe transportation after the party keeps everyone safe. We do not generally act responsibly once the drinking begins, thus do the responsible…

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ight Fatalities Across Missouri Over New Year's Holiday

Weekend Weather Brings Fatalities and Serious Injuries in Missouri

Posted on February 18th, 2019 by Zane Cagle

Predicted Snow Impacts Various Parts of Missouri Roadways According to the Missouri State Highway Patrol, there were five car crash fatalities over the weekend. Local law enforcement also worked fatal crashes in addition to the MSHP.  The northern portion of the state received quite a bit more snow than did the…

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Voting and Being an Informed Voter

National Voter Registration Day!

Posted on September 25th, 2018 by Zane Cagle

National Voter Registration Day! The most patriotic thing you can do for your country is vote.  Today is National Voter Registration Day and there are events nationwide today to make it easier for you to register to vote! Go into the website http://nationalvoterregistrationday.org and type in your zip code and it…

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Serious Car and Motorcycle Crashes in Missouri

Weekend Includes Serious Car and Motorcycle Crashes in Missouri

Posted on September 20th, 2018 by Zane Cagle

Multiple Injuries and Fatalities Across Missouri in Car Crashes and Motorcycle Crashes According to the Missouri Highway Patrol, last weekend was dangerous for those on the roadways.  There were many serious injuries and fatalities over the weekend involving car crashes and motorcycle crashes.   Statistically, Labor Day weekend (just two weeks prior) has much higher crash…

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Two Fatal St. Louis Crashes in 12 Hours

What to Do after a Missouri Car Crash?

Posted on September 14th, 2018 by Zane Cagle

Planning for a Crash Does Not Mean You are Increasing Your Chances for a Crash Motor vehicle crashes make up 90% of our law practice, so I talk with dozens of people every day who have been in crashes.  Statistically, you are more likely to be involved in a car crash (hopefully just a…

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Voting and Being an Informed Voter

Voting and Being an Informed Voter

Posted on September 7th, 2018 by Zane Cagle

Voting- Don’t Take it For Granted We each one have a civic duty as part of our participation in democracy.  You may think your vote does not matter or that you don’t really have time to get involved in “civic duties”.  However, when a democracy ceases to have individuals who do…

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