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Two Pershing Square
2300 Main Street, Suite 170
Kansas City, MO 64108
After a serious truck or car accident, you may focus on the physical injuries. You can see them; others can see them. It is obvious that you have been hurt in the accident.
Companies are supposed to design and manufacture safe products. No matter what the product is, it should be reasonably safe and, when needed, have appropriate warnings or instructions on how to use it. Unfortunately, that is not always the case.
Business interruption insurance, also referred to as business income insurance, replaces lost income and amounts paid for bills and payroll in the event of a disaster that forces the business to close or reduce operations.
As consumers, we purchase products all the time – a new car, a child’s toy, a new power tool. Most of the time, they are safe and work the way they are supposed to; however, sometimes they do not. Sometimes a product can be defective, and sometimes that defective product can seriously injure the person using it.
There is nothing like cruising on a motorcycle. It is exhilarating. It gets your blood pumping, gives you a sense of freedom and takes away tension and stress.
But that fun road trip can quickly turn dangerous.
After losing a loved one, you may be overcome by grief and overwhelmed, not knowing what to do next. Can you hold the party who caused your loved one’s death responsible? Can you file a wrongful death claim?
These are a few basic questions that will help you understand whether you may have a valid wrongful death claim. Consult with an attorney experienced in wrongful death about your specific situation.
Video conferencing helps to make client communications as easy as possible and can enhance your depositions when recorded.
When the death of a loved one is due to a wrongful or negligent act by another, you may have a wrongful death claim.
In Missouri, a wrongful death is defined as: “the death of a person result[ing[ from any act, conduct, occurrence, transaction, or circumstance which, if death had not ensued, would have entitled such person to recover damages in respect thereof.” (Missouri Statutes section 537.080)
A message from the Nash & Franciskato team.
The COVID-19 outbreak has challenged us all to conduct business a little differently. Know that our office has a plan to keep operations running as smoothly as possible for our clients, potential clients and others.
Insurance is a way to provide a safety net in case you suffer serious injuries, damage to your property or become involved in a lawsuit.