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Acquiring Medical Records for a Personal Injury Case

For any personal injury case, providing medical documents as evidence is fundamental. However, sometimes this can be a daunting task. The following steps will help … Read More »

Maximum Medical Improvement and What it Means

Many injuries that happen on the job will require rehabilitation. After several weeks or months of rehabilitation, your doctor may tell you that you’ve reached … Read More »

Myths about a Personal Injury Case in Kansas

If you’ve ever been in a Wichita auto accident before, it’s probably a scary time for you. Friends and family are all passing along words … Read More »

If I am Approached by an Attorney After my Wreck, Should I Hire Him?

Some attorney’s use a “runner” to push their services. In other words, if they hear someone was in a car wreck, they might send this … Read More »

How Do I Fire my Hutchinson, Kansas City or Dodge City Attorney?


A good and trusting attorney-client relationship is important. However, sometimes a client feels their case is not getting the attention it deserves. When … Read More »

How Insurance Adjusters will use your Facebook Account Against you after a Pratt or Garden City Automobile Accident

Social media has become a part of every day life for most Kansans. We use it to tell our friends about updates in our lives, … Read More »

Your case might look simple – but the legal system is more complicated than most people think

Between watching Judge Judy on the TV and reading Perry Mason novels, most people have developed quite a few misconceptions about the law. Many of … Read More »

People in Kansas with Pre-Existing Conditions Often Lose Out in Lawsuits Because They Don’t Know These Five Simple Tips.

What is a pre-existing condition and why can it hurt my case.

A pre-existing condition is a pain or other type of complaint in the … Read More »

Do I Need An Attorney

Legally, We Can’t Say That We Are the Best Personal Injury or Car Wreck Law Firm in Kansas. However, Before You Talk to An Insurance … Read More »

Who is at Fault in a Kansas Boating Accident?

Each year thousands of people are injured in boating accidents. Accidents can occur in a variety of situations ranging from ocean-going commercial and cruise line … Read More »

What is Personal Injury Law and How Does It Apply to Kansas Injuries?

When someone is physically injured, or their personal property is damaged, it is considered in law to be a “Personal Injury”. The laws covering personal … Read More »

Best Advice for Kansas Injury Clients: What to Do and When to Do It

Things Which You Should NOT DO:

Do not give any statements (written, recorded, or oral) to anyone concerning your accident or injuries without first getting … Read More »

Learn More About Your Kansas Spinal Cord Injury

Over 10,000 people in the US suffer a spinal cord injury. Every year spinal cord injury, also called SCI, is defined as any damage to … Read More »

Your Kansas Accident Could Have Been Caused by Negligence

Under Kansas law negligence is the failure to use ordinary care to avoid a foreseeable harm to person or property. To prove negligence, several criteria … Read More »

Personal Injury Damages and Your Kansas Accident

When a person is injured by another, the law provides a means of seeking compensation, known as damages, for those injuries and the detrimental effects … Read More »

Yet Another Cause for Parkinson’s: Welding Rod and Kansas Law

A recent study from scientists at the Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis, Missouri, has discovered data that relates Parkinson’s disease to exposure … Read More »

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