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    Carbon Monoxide Poisoning – A Silent Killer

      Last week, the Wichita Eagle published an article on the possibility of Sedgwick County passing a code which would require a carbon monoxide detector in all new homes.  See  The article touches on a subject close to our hearts, as we have first hand experience in handling cases where individuals have suffered severe carbon monoxide poisoning as Read More

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    The Kansas Association for Justice (KsAJ) Confirms Tina Huntington as an Eagle Advocate

    On March 20, 2015, at the Kansas Association for Justice’s (KsAJ) and the Legacy of Justice Foundation’s quarterly meeting, Tina Huntington was confirmed as an Eagle in the Association. The KsAJ Eagles Club is the premier group of personal injury lawyers in Kansas. The Eagles who have dedicated themselves to helping victims and their families. Read More

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    Wall Huntington Participates in KsAJ “Bring Your Law Suits” Serivce Project

    “BRING YOUR LAW SUITS”  On Friday Larry and Tina participated in the Kansas Association for Justice (KsAJ) “Bring Your Law Suits” service project. The goal was to benefit the Salina Rescue Mission, and Ashby House These are two wonderful charities. The Ashby House was founded in 1992. It is the only full time family shelter in the area for Read More

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    Cops & Robbers – Dachshund Style

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    Vaginal Mesh Implants: Organ Perforation, Infection and Other Side Effects

    Has this Happened to You?Statics show that women have suffered disproportionately from the effects of dangerous and defective drugs and medical devices. Too often, corporations rush to get products on the market with inadequate safety studies, or even worse, concealing known issues for the sake of making money. Surgical Mesh Implants According to the statistics, Read More

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    Drinking and Driving Is a Bad Mix

    According to Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD), 10,076 people were killed and approximately 290,000 were injured by drunk drivers in 2013. Each crash, each death, each injury impacts not only the person in the crash, but family, friends, classmates, coworkers and more. The costs of drunk driving is enormous. It even affects those who were Read More

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