Sports magnet St. Louis boasts three major league sports franchises in the Cardinals, Rams and Blues. And when we aren’t watching sports there is the active jazz and blues music scene to light up our evenings. Plenty of history abounds in the city, including the federal courthouse where the Dred Scott case was first argued, right beside the Arch. Accurate legal information in such a busy city can be hard to find, so FindLaw has gathered useful information into the following pages. We have details on St. Louis courthouses, free legal aid groups, and what to do after a car accident or injury.
Going to court in St. Louis? Better be prepared. If you aren't sure where to go or just want some parking tip, check out this article. We have a list of all the courthouses in St. Louis area including state and federal courts.
Sometimes, you just need legal advice. What if you can't afford to hire an attorney? St. Louis County has many options for free or low-cost legal aid. Here's a list of providers in the areas who offer legal services to those who qualify.
No matter if you've hit a truck, van or motorcycle, car accidents in St. Louis are nerve-racking. Here's some useful information about what to do at the scene, how to report the accident, tips about insurance laws, and more.
At any moment you could be injured because of someone else's carelessness. If you have a personal injury case in St. Louis, there's some basic information you should know. Read on to learn about lawsuits, negligence, and the types of damages available.