Here’s a quick list of items that are useful to bring when you first meet with an attorney about your potential personal injury case.
Langdon & Emison is here to help! Don’t think that just because the roads are less full of cars these days that there are less auto accidents necessarily.
Langdon & Emison has prepared this handy list in case you are ever in an auto wreck and you need to answer the question, “What am I supposed to do?”
L&E attorney Michael Serra takes a look at pedestrian accidents in America, where people walking on the struck are tragically hit by cars — and how government agencies could do more to help stop them.
Keyless ignition has been a topic in the news a lot lately. This blog post looks at an under-reported issue with keyless car technology.
This blog post looks at ways that consumers can protect themselves in matters of car insurance and minimum requirements.
L&E attorneys have litigated construction defect cases coast-to-coast. Read this post to learn more about the key elements of what to watch for in a shoulder defect accident.
Self-driving cars are gaining headlines nationwide; this blog post looks at potential liability trends pertaining to this new technology.
More analysis from L&E attorney David Brose on the latest in truck litigation; the AAJ supports new regulations proposed…
This blog post by attorney Michael Serra looks at rear seat alarm systems, and recent examples about how when manufacturers don’t avail themselves of the latest technology and consumers pay the price.
This week, two major automakers recalled nearly 2.7 million vehicles equipped with the deadly airbags, adding to what was already the largest automotive recall in U.S. history.
On July 1, 2016, our law firm’s client was driving a 2004 Mercury Mountaineer in Benton County, Missouri. The vehicle traveled through an intersection and off the roadway, overturning once before coming to rest on its wheels. During the rollover, the roof over the driver’s occupant compartment area crushed inward and struck our client, causing a severe spinal cord injury and rendering her a quadriplegic.