Did Defective Face Masks Cause My Silicosis?

On February 23, 2011, in Personal Injury, Silicosis, by K. Lindsay Rakers

Maybe. As a defective respirator attorney, I have seen masks cause black lung disease in coal miners and silicosis lung disease in factory workers. I handled defective mask cases for three years and helped countless injured workers. Coal dust found in surface and underground mines has been known to move right through the mask and/or respirators and settling in coal miner’s lungs. Likewise, factory workers are oftentimes exposed to silica dust and particles which can move through the masks. Silica … Continue Reading >

When Should I Hire an Attorney?

On February 23, 2011, in Auto Accident, Personal Injury, by K. Lindsay Rakers

Immediately! If you have been injured in Illinois or Missouri, you should hire a lawyer right away. I am a St. Louis MIssouri accident injury attorney and I serve injured individuals and their loved ones across the entire state of Missouri and the bottom half of the State of Illinois. I know how insurance companies work – I know how they try to victimize injured people.
For this reason, is crucial that you hire an attorney immediately. It is true, … Continue Reading >

Massive Car Accident on Missouri I-64 Involving 31 Vehicles

On February 23, 2011, in Auto Accident, Truck Accident, by K. Lindsay Rakers

Just prior to 5:00 a.m. this morning on Missouri I-64 just west of downtown, a terrible accident occured injured 20 people. It is likely that most of the drivers were headed downtown St. Louis during rush hour. Last night into early morning, temperatures suddenly dropped in the St. Louis area which caused moisture on the interstates to freeze. Unfortunately, this frozen water was much like black ice and unsuspecting motoriists did not know to look out for it. The St. … Continue Reading >

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