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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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    Boy Suffers Brain Injury in Wichita Area Collision

    In late May 2019, a motor vehicle struck two children in Rose Hill. Around the time of the crash, the kids had been playing in a drainage ditch off the road. According to an ABC News report, the collision occurred just after 5 p.m. on a Friday. Witnesses reported that multiple children were in the Read More

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    Rising Risks of Personal Injuries Amidst Coronavirus Pandemic

    Rising Risks of Personal Injuries Amidst Coronavirus Pandemic The Kansas Department of Health held a press conference held March 25, 2020 to address the coronavirus pandemic. To date, there are more than 482 cases of COVID-19 throughout the state. To prevent community spread, the Governor has issued a ‘stay-at-home’ order. Essential service workers and those Read More

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    Wichita Hit and Run Accident Claims Life of Local Man

    A recent hit and run accident downtown Wichita tragically claimed the life of a 22-year-old local man. According to a January 15, 2020 report by KWCH 12 News, the motorcycle he was driving stalled on East Kellogg Drive shortly before 7:00 p.m. on a recent Sunday evening. As he was pulled over to the side Read More

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    Boy Suffers Brain Injury in Wichita Area Collision

    In late May 2019, a motor vehicle struck two children in Rose Hill. Around the time of the collision, the kids had been playing in a drainage ditch off the road. According to an ABC News report, the collision occurred just after 5 p.m. on a Friday. Witnesses reported that multiple children were in the Read More

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    Early Snowfall In Wichita Results In Dozens of Car Accidents

    An early snowfall in Wichita wreaked havoc on the roads and resulted in dozens of car accidents. An October 31, 2019 news report by The Wichita Eagle claims that snowfall that occurred the previous evening and through the morning of Halloween set records in terms of both accumulation and freezing temperatures. During the severe weather, Read More

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    Kansas Supreme Court Strikes Down Cap on Pain and Suffering Damages

    Since the mid-1980s Kansas has had a statutory cap on noneconomic damages. Under state law, juries have been restricted in the amount of pain and suffering damages that they can award to plaintiffs in any given case. No longer. In Hilburn v. Enerpipe Ltd., the Kansas Supreme Court struck down the decades old law as Read More

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