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Social media is an integral part of our life today. You want to share with those dear to you and make those who are far away feel as if they are with you. You talk about what is happening in your daily life, your frustrations and achievements, your health, activities with the kids and more.
So, to keep everyone updated, you may be likely to share on social media about being in an accident, injuries sustained and if you plan to pursue a personal injury claim. Just life events and it is your social media so why not?
If you suffered serious injuries that required an extended hospital stay, your doctor has told you not to work during recovery or you are unable to return to work for some period of time due to an accident caused by another, you should be legally entitled to recover what is known as past and future lost wages.
There are literally hundreds of attorneys in the Kansas City and surrounding area. But, when you have been injured in an accident that is due to the negligence of another, you want an attorney with specific experience in personal injury law.
When a rear-end collision occurs, the initial assumption is that the car who rear-ended the other one is always at fault for the accident. While that is often the case, there are times when another may be held either partially or fully liable.
What is a personal injury? Why might you need a personal injury attorney? These and other commonly asked questions will give you an idea of what to expect in a personal injury case. A quick caveat: know that each person’s situation is different; use these FAQs as a general guide.
Accidents and injuries happen all the time. What happens if you injure yourself while on the job? What are your options? Who takes care of your medical expenses? How do you know if you should file a workman’s compensation claim or pursue a personal injury claim?
Although there is no universal legal definition for what makes an injury catastrophic, most agree that, unlike personal injuries catastrophic injuries tend to adversely affect you and your loved ones for the rest of your lives. Oftentimes, these types of injuries result in a person being unable to resume the lifestyle he or she led prior to the injury.
June 14, 2019. The Kansas Supreme Court ruled 4-2 that capping jury awards for non-economic damages an injured person is able to recover in a lawsuit violates the right to trial by jury as set out in the Kansas Constitution’s Bill of Rights.
In a personal injury accident where you are looking to receive compensation for your injuries, some type of insurance company will more than likely be involved.
You may not be the person injured in a personal injury case; however, if you witnessed an accident happening or have seen the effects of an accident on a loved one’s day-to-day life, you may be called to testify as an “incident” or “lay” witness.