Pre-existing Injuries Do Not Prevent Accident Injury Compensation

January 29, 2016

Many people injured in car accidents or motorcycle accidents think if they had pre-existing injuries prior to the crash, they are not entitled to compensation for the injuries from the car crash. This is not true. Cases involving pre-existing injuries are actually quite common. Imagine…

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Driverless Cars & the Difficulties They Present

January 12, 2016

In today’s world technological advancements happen everyday, and often times they make our world safer. Not long ago, self-driving cars seemed like science fiction, but now you can find them on streets in many states. All our rules about driving — from who pays for…

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What can a lawyer do for you in a car accident case?

January 7, 2016

There is a lot of work that goes into negotiating an insurance settlement and trying a personal injury lawsuit. After you have been in a car accident, taking on this time-consuming work may be the last thing you want to do, assuming you’re able. An…

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Can you get Workman’s Comp for an injury during your commute?

January 6, 2016

Employers are responsible for covering an employee’s losses from a work-related injury, including medical bills and missed time at work. In order to qualify for workers’ compensation, a “work-related” injury doesn’t necessarily have to happen in the office or on the job site. An injury…

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Why should you hire a lawyer when you have a car accident?

December 30, 2015

When you or someone you know has been in a car accident it is important to consult an attorney. Hiring a personal injury attorney to represent you after a car accident means you will have a professional working for you — one who is extremely…

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The Effect of Returning to Work After a Workman’s Comp Claim

December 23, 2015

When an employee returns to work after being injured, if the employee receives wages equal to or greater than he or she was earning prior to the injury, then it is likely workers’ compensation benefits will be stopped. If, however, the employee is still experiencing…

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Ways to Gather Evidence for a Kansas City Car Accident

December 22, 2015

As we have discussed in earlier blogs when you or a loved one is in a car accident it is very important to gather as much evidence as possible to help you collect the maximum amount from the at-fault driver. The problem with this is…

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Can I sue my employer if I am injured on the job?

December 18, 2015

Sometimes when people are injured on the job the first reaction they have is to bring a law suit against their employer. Generally, you are barred from suing your employer for a workplace injury. This is because when employers provide workers’ compensation insurance for the…

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Evidence of Damages in Kansas City Car Accidents

December 15, 2015

When you or a someone you know has been in a car accident is important to get evidence of the damages that result from the accident. In most car accident cases, the most significant portion of recovery is related to compensation for damage to personal…

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