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


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


How Do I Pay My Medical Bills Before a Settlement Is Reached?

After an accident, you may be confused about who is responsible for paying for your medical bills. You may require immediate medical care and receive the bill long before any type of settlement is reached. You will not receive any


Do I Have a Personal Injury Case if I Am Not Hurt?

Although the phrase, “personal injury” might make you imagine a physical injury, such as a cut or broken bone, a personal injury case is about more than that. The object is to make the accident victim whole again. This means


What Happens During a Deposition in a Personal Injury Case?

A deposition in a personal injury case is nothing to be afraid of. It is one of the only opportunities you have to give your side of the story as the injured party or plaintiff in a personal injury lawsuit.


How Is a Personal Injury Settlement Determined?

If you get injured in a car accident, slip and fall accident, or another preventable accident, you could be eligible for financial compensation in the form of an injury settlement or judgment award with the help of a Kansas City


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