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What is Considered Personal Injury in Missouri?

Personal injury refers to any harm or damage caused to a person’s body, mind, or emotions due to another party’s negligence or intentional actions. In Missouri, personal injury cases are governed by specific laws and regulations that determine the rights and remedies available to the injured party. Types of Personal Injury Cases in Missouri Several

Causes of Personal Injury

Personal injury is a term used to describe any harm inflicted on a person’s body, mind, or emotions. Personal injuries can occur anywhere, at any time, and to anyone. They can be caused by various reasons, some of which are beyond human control. This blog post will discuss some of the most common causes of

What Does Personal Injury Mean?

Personal Injury: What You Need to Know Personal injury is a legal term that refers to an injury or harm caused to an individual’s body, mind, or emotions, as opposed to damage to property. Personal injury law is a branch of civil law that allows individuals who have suffered harm due to another party’s negligence

Do I Have to Register my Business with the Secretary of State?

Starting a business can be an exciting and daunting experience. There are numerous things to consider when starting a business, and one of the most critical steps is registering your business with the Secretary of State. The registration process is essential to ensure that your business is recognized as a legal entity and you comply

BSE Attorneys Named to Best Lawyers

Brydon, Swearengen & England P.C. is pleased to announce that William R. (Trip) England, III, Dean L. Cooper, Charles E. Smarr , and Scott A. Hamblin have been selected by their peers to be included in the 2024 edition of The Best Lawyers in America®. Stephen Rehagen has been selected by his peers to be

Does Missouri Require an LLC to Have an Operating Agreement?

Missouri is one of the many states in the United States that allows the formation of limited liability companies (LLCs) for businesses. An LLC is a business entity that protects its owners by limiting their liability for the company’s debts and other obligations.

How to Transfer an LLC to Missouri

Whether you are moving to Missouri, or just moving your business address to Missouri, transferring an LLC can be a bit more than just filling out a forwarding address.  Is it complicated? That is a loaded question. Some with extensive backgrounds may need assistance to handle the steps. But it is always a good idea

How to Transfer a Business in Missouri

There are many reasons why a business owner might want to transfer a business in Missouri. Perhaps the owner wishes to retire and sell the business to someone else. The owner may be facing health issues or other personal challenges, including financial concerns or partner disputes that are not resolvable. May a new opportunity has

How to Start an LLC in Missouri

Missouri can be an excellent place to start an LLC for many reasons. The state has a relatively low cost of living, a business-friendly environment, and a diverse economy with various industries, including healthcare, manufacturing, and agriculture. Additionally, Missouri offers several tax incentives and programs to support small businesses, such as the Missouri Works program