Tag: St. Louis Law Firm

Semi Truck and Motorcycle Collide Causing Fatality of St. Louis Man

A 56-year-old St. Louis man was killed in April when a tractor-trailer hit the motorcycle he was riding. Struck by a 2016 Freightliner moving north on Carpers Pike, the driver, 58-year-old Odilon Reyes, was unable to stop his vehicle despite crossing both lanes of the highway. The deadly crash highlights the need for increased awareness […]

Written by on June 22, 2017

Ex-McDonald’s Managers Admit to Withholding Employees’ Pay

As your St. Louis personal injury attorney, we see a variety of work-related cases involving worker’s compensation and on-the-job injuries. However, it seems as though there is another issue that requires further scrutiny, according to an article on the St. Louis Post-Dispatch website involving paychecks. According to the article, two ex-McDonald’s managers have come forward and […]

Written by on April 24, 2014

Long-Term Renters Face Eviction Because Of Unpaid Sewer Bill

Imagine being a renter who kept meticulous records, and always paid your rent on time. Included in your rent are utilities, such as the sewer bill. You know your landlord is responsible for covering this bill, and because you’re always on time with your payments, and you’ve lived in your home for over a decade, […]

Written by on March 6, 2014

Missouri Woman Convicted Of Fifth DWI

As your St. Louis personal injury attorney, we see an alarming amount of DWI’s every single month. However, a St. Ann’s woman recently made headlines when she pleaded guilty to her fifth DWI charge. The incident occurred in 2010, however, the forty-nine-year-old woman was only just convicted of the charge in the month of December. […]

Written by on January 14, 2014

St. Louis Toddler Strangled by Window Blind Cord

Two South St. Louis parents are living every parent’s nightmare. As Fox2Now reported earlier this month, they found their 2-year-old son dead in his bedroom, strangled by the pull cord on the window blinds. The boy’s father performed CPR until EMS crews arrived, but it was too late and the boy was pronounced dead at […]

Written by on April 30, 2013

Recalled Product may still cause a Problem

In December the Dunecraft Company recalled their product “Water Balz” after one was swallowed by an eight month old toddler. She was x-rayed and the ball had lodged in her small intestine where it could have perforated that organ and caused sepsis and possibly even death. If you have these in your home Hoffman & […]

Written by on April 18, 2013

Manchester Dierbergs’ Soup Tampered With

The police are looking for a man that tampered with soup by the salad bar at the Dierbergs Market at 421 Lafayette Center March 28, 2013. The St. Louis Post-Dispatch reported on April 2, 2013 that surveillance video has captured a picture of the man. Local police are encouraging anyone with information on who this […]

Written by on April 9, 2013

Driver in Home Fatality Gets Additional Charges

A Godfrey man who drove an SUV into a home, killing one of the people who lived there, has been charged with more crimes.  According to the St. Louis Post Dispatch article published March 19, 2013 the driver was under the influence of marijuana, cocaine, anxiety medication and alcohol when he crashed into the home. […]

Written by on March 28, 2013

LED Lights Recalled due to Fire Hazard

The Consumer Products Safety Commission has recently listed an LED light bulb as a fire hazard.  These 120 volt LED light bulbs were imported by Lighting Science Group Corporation and are supposed to use less electricity than traditional incandescent and CFL bulbs. The bulbs in question are marketed under the brand names Definity, Ecosmart, Sylvania, […]

Written by on March 26, 2013

Kirkwood Woman Gets Three Years for Fatal Accident

The St. Louis Post-Dispatch has reported that a driver of a car that struck and killed a bicyclist last year was sentenced to three years imprisonment. The sentence is the result of a plea bargain and the Kirkwood woman may be eligible for parole in one year. The incident was brought to trial because the […]

Written by on March 21, 2013