Car accidents occur every day in Missouri and throughout the country; therefore, it is crucial that motorists know how to react following a crash that was caused by another motorist. Besides collecting vital information from the liable motorist, informed car accident victims can take extra measures to help them recoup damages in the end.
A relatively unusual accident that took place on March 20 in an unincorporated part of south St. Louis County involved a vehicle crashing into a building and hitting two people in a dentist's office waiting room. The Mehlville Fire Protection District reported that the crash took place in the 11600 block of Baptist Church Road when a patient of the Mark Meyer's dental office smashed into the waiting room.
Missouri drivers may want to know about some statistics involving motorcycle crashes. Nationwide, there is a serious issue with fatalities due to motorcycle accidents, though some parties are taking steps toward increasing safety.
Many Missouri residents have suffered injuries and car damage after a vehicle accident. It is normal to experience fear, anxiety and worry after being in a vehicle collision. However, when those feelings fail to subside or become stronger over time, there may be a more serious problem.
Two teenagers were taken to a local hospital after suffering minor injuries in a car crash on Route B near Academy Road on June 29. A Kia being driven by one of the teenagers was reportedly hit nearly head-on by a Ford Ranger being driven by a 61-year-old man. According to police, the driver of the vehicle also suffered minor injuries and was taken to the hospital.