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Who Can File a Wrongful Death Action in Kansas?

A Kansas statute provides the right to file a wrongful death action in specific situations.  In our Salina, Kansas personal injury practice, clients often ask who can file a wrongful death action.  The answer differs somewhat depending on the circu…
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Can You Get Compensation for a Slip-and-Fall Injury in Kansas?

Slip-and-fall injuries on business, commercial, and private property occur frequently. Sometimes slip-and-fall accident victims do not realize that they may be entitled to compensation from the property owner or lessee in some circumstances. Whether…
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Grandparent Visitation Rights in Kansas

A close relationship between a grandparent and grandchild benefits both the child and the grandparents. Kansas law recognizes that fact. If family issues interfere with grandparent visitation, the grandparents may ask the court to grant visitation ri…
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What Is the Difference Between Personal Injury and Workers Compensation?

Workers compensation and personal injury claims have something in common: Both provide payment for injuries. In other ways, they are very different types of claims. Especially for workers injured on the job, it is important to know the difference bet…
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Do Laws on Distracted Driving and Texting Prevent Accidents? (Cautions From Our Salina, Kansas Personal Injury Attorneys)

As personal injury attorneys, we witness the personal and family tragedies caused by distracted drivers. We know that injuries and deaths resulting from distracted-driving accidents are preventable. Laws on distracted driving and texting help, but th…
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