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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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    What Is My Risk of Death from a Medical Error?: It’s Higher than You Might Imagine

    Half a Million People Die Every Year as a Result of Medical Errors Reputable studies have confirmed that 440,000 people die every year because of preventable medical errors. That means more than the entire population of Wichita, Kansas is killed yearly by a preventable medical error. Preventable medical errors are the third leading cause of Read More

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    WHAT IF I SUFFER A SEVERE BACK INJURY IN A CAR WRECK, BUT I HAD SOME PRIOR BACK PROBLEMS?

    Do I have a Case Against the Other Person in the Wreck?Relax. This Situation is More Common Than You Think. In the litigation world, prior injuries and conditions are referred to as “pre-existing conditions.” You would be hard pressed to find anyone who has not experienced some type of injury over their lifetime. Maybe you Read More

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    What’s the value of a medical malpractice victim’s pain, suffering and mental anguish?

    Victims of medical malpractice can seek damages for economic losses (i.e. medical bills and loss of income) as well as non-economic losses such as pain, suffering and mental anguish. But just who is it that decides what your pain is worth if you are injured in Kansas? Despite the fact that many citizens believe that a Read More

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    Spinal Cord Injuries and Brain Damage

    Everyone is familiar with the fact that automobile accidents can cause serious injuries, including broken bones, concussions and some times even spinal cord injuries. With some spinal cord injuries causing permanent changes in a victims strength, sensation and other body functions below the site of the injury. However, a recent study conducted at the University Read More

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