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    5 Important Steps To Take If Your Child Is Injured At Daycare

    According to the National Center for Education Statistics, 59 percent of children under the age of five and not yet enrolled in kindergarten attend daycare. [1] A study that appeared in the Matern Child Health journal in 2013 indicates that 13.9 percent of children in daycare are injured. [2] Both of these sources testify to Read More

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    What is Nursing Home Negligence?

    Nursing home neglect is a serious and ongoing form of injury. Every year in Kansas more citations are issued to nursing homes and elderly care facilities that document neglect. Elder Abuse Takes Three forms Physical abuse – physical abuse may involve a staff member and an elderly patient, or it can also involve two elderly Read More

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    6 Benefits Of Mediation In Kansas

    Mediation is the process of discussing a conflict with a neutral party who is chosen by both sides of the argument. It is a process of negotiation that keeps the decision with each party. The role of a mediator is to guide and facilitate conversation, help isolate problems and roadblocks, and keep the process of Read More

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    How does a personal injury lawyer work?

    If you’re wondering how a personal injury lawyer works, you’ve probably been injured and want to protect your rights. If so, you are in the right spot.  The attorneys at Wall Huntington Law Firm can explain the role of personal injury lawyers and what they do for people who suffer injuries. The Technical Role of Read More

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    What Cases Does a Personal Injury Lawyer Handle?

    A personal injury lawyer helps victims – people who have been injured either physically or psychologically, or in some cases both physically and mentally. A victim might be hurt intentionally, such as during a violent act, or someone unintentionally hurt, such as when you slip on water and fall in a grocery store. The bottom Read More

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    18 Wheeler Injuries in Kansas

    Unfortunately, truck accidents are not uncommon in Kansas. Recent incidents involve trucks making ill-advised U-Turns to those carrying cattle. If you or a loved one has sustained injuries involving a commercial truck, semi, or 18-wheeler in Kansas, the worst thing you can do is nothing. Seek Medical Attention Immediately Inaction can be viewed as a Read More

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    How Do You Know if Your Settlement Offer is Fair?

    If you have been involved in any type of accident, you will likely be contacted by the other person’s insurance company to discuss your case. This is true whether you have been in a car accident, were bitten by a dog, or slipped and fell on someone’s property. After their initial investigation, the insurance company Read More

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    Main Causes of Trucking Accidents in Kansas

    According to the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA), in 2020, the state of Kansas had more than 1,800 trucking accidents. A total of 78 people lost their lives, and 571 people were severely injured. Some people suffered injuries so severe that their lives and the lives of their families will never be the same. Read More

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    What is an ADR? The Benefits of Alternative Dispute Resolution.

    The acronym “ADR” stands for Alternative Dispute Resolution. It is a method to address legal conflicts without having to go to court and present your case to a judge or jury. ADR can come in many different forms. No matter which kind of ADR you use, each type has many benefits when it comes to Read More

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    Personal Injury Law Amid COVID-19

    While COVID-19 has impacted all of our lives, it has not stopped us from living them. Life goes on. This includes the legal system. While the courts have been affected, personal injury cases are still occurring. There are still traffic accidents, slip and falls, and other injuries for which others should be held accountable. According Read More

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