What to Do if You Can’t Work After a Car Accident

If you are in a car accident that was someone else’s fault, you are entitled to compensation. Medical expenses related to the crash and damage to your vehicle are the first things that come to mind for reimbursement. But what if you can’t work after a car accident? It is possible to receive a settlement…

Can a Car Accident Cause Sciatica? What to Look For

If you’ve been in a car accident and experience pain along with muscle weakness or numbness in your lower back, and possibly in one of your legs, sciatica could be the culprit. The Mayo Clinic defines sciatica as “pain that radiates along the path of the sciatic nerve, which branches from your lower back through…

5 Things to Do Now If You Are In a Car Accident While Pregnant

Having a car accident while pregnant can be terrifying, even if it’s only a fender bender. You’re probably already anxious about keeping baby safe and having a healthy delivery. Now you’re worried about the dangers to your baby because of the crash. Unfortunately, it’s not always possible to tell if an unborn baby has been…

How Car Accident Claims Work in Missouri and Illinois

Getting into a car accident is bad enough; not being fully compensated for your injuries and damage to your car is even worse. It’s best to get the advice of a professional who knows the law and how car accident claims work.  Even though Missouri and Illinois are just a bridge-length apart, there are distinct…

Should I Hire a Lawyer After a Car Accident?

It happened: You’ve been in a car accident, and now, after the initial shock has worn off, you realize that you’re in deep. Maybe you're facing a huge mechanic’s bill for your car, or a hospital bill for yourself. Or maybe you are only beginning to suspect that, yes, the accident has injured you in…