Month: April 2020

After Uptick In Deaths, Red Light Cameras Might Be Coming Back to St. Louis

Red light cameras were eliminated in St. Louis in 2014 after the Missouri Supreme Court put restrictions on them. But there is reason to believe they will be making a comeback, and a lot of police officers are applauding the decision. The fact that the police department is short-staffed is certainly factored into their response, […]

Written by on April 23, 2020

Could St. Louis See Coronavirus Workers’ Compensation Lawsuits?

News about the Coronavirus is virtually everywhere. It has caused businesses to shut down and it has basically changed the structure of our culture overnight. Many employees are now being confronted with the possibility of having countless workers' comp claims on their hands as a result of their employees getting exposed or testing positive.  Is […]

Written by on April 21, 2020

MoDOT Sued After 8th Death Due To Crash

The intersection of Riverview Drive and Scranton Avenue in North St. Louis has proven to be a dangerous one over the years. Eight people have lost their lives in car crashes at this location. People are saying it's more than just coincidence, and they believe that MoDOT is ultimately to blame.  A Wrongful Death Lawsuit is […]

Written by on April 16, 2020

The Coronavirus and St. Louis Workman’s Compensation Litigation

There have been a lot of questions being asked about workers’ compensation in light of the Coronavirus, and rightly so. Thre are many people who put themselves in harm’s way every single day. They deserve to know what to expect if they get exposed to the virus, or if they end up testing positive. We’d […]

Written by on April 14, 2020

Missouri Workers’ Compensation – COVID-19

Missouri Protecting the People Who Are Protecting Us To all our first responders we want to thank you for all you do to keep us safe. We hope you and your own families are well and staying safe. In the unfortunate situation where a first responder contracts COVID-19, Missouri has begun the process to make […]

Written by on April 9, 2020

5 Injured In Police Pursuit Resulting In Multiple Vehicle Crash

Police chases aren’t just in the movies. A vehicle containing two men fired weapons at an unmarked police vehicle which began a three-hour car chase that ended in tragedy. After firing on the police vehicle, the suspects fled. They were spotted a short time later, but they managed to evade police pursuit. Eventually, they were […]

Written by on April 9, 2020

What St. Louis Employees Should Know About Workers’ Comp and COVID-19

COVID-19 is a health issue that no one ever saw coming. To date, there have been hundreds of thousands of cases reported, as well as thousands of deaths. But what recourse do employees have who could have possibly contracted the virus at their workplaces? Are they eligible for workers' compensation? That's the question they need […]

Written by on April 8, 2020