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10.30.21

What Personal Property Can Be Seized in a Judgment in Kansas?

In a civil lawsuit such as a personal injury case, if the injured victim (plaintiff) receives a court-approved judgment, it becomes the defendant’s legal responsibility to pay the judgment. However, not every defendant or debtor pays the money owed right

10.17.21

What Information Do I Need to File a Medical Malpractice Claim?

Medical malpractice is arguably the most complicated type of claim in personal injury law. Many states make it difficult for injured victims (plaintiffs) to recover financial compensation from hospitals and health care providers out of a desire to discourage frivolous

10.5.21

How Long Are Judgments Good for in Kansas?

If you get into an accident, such as a car crash, and file a personal injury lawsuit to pursue financial compensation for your injuries and bills, you may receive a judgment award from the courts. This is a financial award

09.30.21

What Type of Injuries Can Result From a Slip and Fall Accident?

One of the most common types of accidents in the U.S. each year is the slip and fall accident. According to the National Floor Safety Institute, slip and falls account for over one million visits to the emergency room

09.23.21

Is Missouri a Comparative Negligence State?

Negligence is a legal theory used in most personal injury and wrongful death lawsuits. Someone is negligent if they fail to act in a way that is reasonable and prudent based on the circumstances. For example, if a driver reads

09.6.21

How Long Does an Insurance Company Have to Settle a Claim in Missouri?

Dealing with an insurance company is one of the most difficult parts of a personal injury case. Insurance companies are notorious for mistreating their clients and policyholders during claims processing. This is because insurance companies are for-profit organizations that are

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