Personal Injury Blog

If I was partially at fault in my accident, am I entitled to compensation if I was injured?

If I Was Partially at Fault in My Accident, am I Entitled to Compensation? When accidents happen, it is often the result of another person’s negligence. In these situations, you may be entitled to compensation for personal injuries you suffer, which includes medical expenses, lost wages, and other costs you incur. Even in cases in […]

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Taking Your Kid Out of the Game – Concussions

Taking Your Kid Out of the Game – Concussions   Source: American Journal of Pathology, DOI: 10.1016 WASHINGTON (Feb. 5, 2015) — Doctors who order several days of rest after a person suffers a concussion are giving sound advice, say researchers, and new data from animal models explains why. Georgetown University Medical Center neuroscientists say […]

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What Should I do If I am Injured at Work?

What Should I do If I am Injured at Work? Following a workplace accident, you need to act quickly to preserve your right to benefits. Almost every employer in Kansas is required to possess workers compensation insurance. Even some employers who are not required to carry workers compensation insurance will buy it anyway. For most […]

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Emotional Signs & Symptoms of TBI Victims

Emotional Signs and Symptoms of TBI Victims Look for mood swings as well as any changes in personality Any traumatic blow to the head or body can cause a traumatic brain injury (TBI). Some TBI symptoms are hard to miss—loss of consciousness, paralysis, slurred speech, and impaired coordination are only some of the most obvious. […]

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Can I Sue for My Brain Injury in Kansas?

Is It Possible To Sue for My Traumatic Brain Injury in Kansas? The brain is the body’s most important–and perhaps most vulnerable–organ. The brain controls everything from thinking to emotion, memory to language and more. Which is why when a person suffers a blow or other injury to the head the results can be so […]

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Difference Between Workers’ Comp & Injury Claim?

Difference Between a Workers’ Compensation and a Personal Injury Claim? Our skilled injury attorneys in Salina can aid you in recovering compensation after an accident. When you are injured, you want to be compensated for any losses that you suffer, ranging from lost wages to medical expenses, and more. Unfortunately, though, damages are not just […]

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May is Motorcycle Safety Awareness Month

May is Motorcycle Safety Awareness Month In honor of National Motorcycle Safety Month, our Salina motorcycle accident attorneys offer simple tips to help you ride safely. With the weather getting nicer, there are plenty of opportunities for motorcyclists to hit the open road. Whether traveling from work or school or participating in area bike rallies […]

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Understanding the Distracted Brain

Why Driving While Using Hands-Free Cell Phones Is Risky Behavior by: National Safety Council Read article here – https://www.nsc.org/Portals/0/Documents/DistractedDrivingDocuments/Cognitive-Distraction-White-Paper.pdf

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Distracted Driving Awareness Month

Spotlight on Texting Dangers During Distracted Driving Awareness Month in April During National Distracted Driving Awareness Month in April, traffic and safety officials in Kansas call attention to the dangers of cell phones, texting, and other types of activities that can increase your car accident risks. Operating a motor vehicle is both a privilege and […]

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Are there Legal Options for Injured Passengers in Kansas?

Are there Legal Options for Injured Passengers in Kansas? If you are a passenger in a vehicle involved in a car accident, you have several options in terms of getting compensation for your injuries. Car accidents can end up leaving you with serious and potentially debilitating injuries, regardless of the severity of the crash or […]

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