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2018

Blog Posts in 2018

  • Who Is Considered At Fault In a Car Crash?

    In any case involving a car accident, there are a number of things you want to ensure you have before filing a lawsuit seeking compensation. However, one of the most confusing factors may be determining who is considered at fault in the accident. It is the at-fault party who is often responsible for the damages that you sustain, and their insurance company may be liable for paying out ...
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  • Steps to Take Following a Car Accident

    In the aftermath of a car accident, there are a number of questions that may arise, and victims can feel as though they have no way to move forward. Getting the answers to these questions can be peaceful to the anxiety that a person feels after sustaining an injury. Far too often, the problems that present themselves after a car accident are a result of individuals not knowing what to do after ...
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  • Presley & Presley lands $11M verdict against massive insurer

    Presley & Presley has won an $11 million verdict for its client in a bad-faith lawsuit against American Family Insurance Co. Kirk Presley, founder of the law firm, represented an Excelsior Springs man, Paul Skow. The four-day trial ended with the jury awarding $1 million in actual damages and $10 million in punitive damages. In August 2012, Skow had failed to yield and crashed into a Kansas City ...
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  • How a Serious Injury Impacts a Victim's Life

    What makes catastrophic injuries so serious that it impacts a person’s entire life? Unfortunately, countless individuals sustain serious injuries and are left to endure the long-term effects of the damage they have experienced. For anyone who has suffered a serious injury, understanding the impact can help when determining if and why they should consider legal action against the negligent party ...
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  • The Lifetime Costs of Paralysis

    Suffering a spinal cord injury can be very difficult and the experience can be daunting for anyone who has been harmed. Many individuals are unsure of whether or not they should file a lawsuit after a negligence-related accident, but a spinal cord injury can lead to a lifetime of issues. Paralysis is one of the most catastrophic injuries and it comes with plenty of costs to consider. This is an ...
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  • How Negligence Causes TBI

    For many individuals, suffering even the slightest injury is difficult to endure. Imagine how difficult it is to suffer a traumatic brain injury as a result of someone’s negligent actions? This is the difficult situation many individuals face, and the causes are often very preventable. One thing to understand is that when there is negligence involved in the cause of a traumatic brain injury, ...
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  • Serious Injuries: What Are They and What Can You Do?

    What would you do if one day, someone’s negligent actions forced you to deal with an injury? Unfortunately, this is the daunting reality that countless individuals face each and every year. As a result, they must deal with a number of potential issues that arise. One of the things that can make this even worse is when the injury sustained is considered serious or catastrophic. These are the most ...
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  • Duck Boat in Stone County, Missouri Sinks, Resulting in 17 Deaths

    Official reports out of Stone County, Missouri are confirming that 17 of 31 passengers aboard a commercial duck boat that capsized last night have passed away. The boat was touring Table Rock Lake, located near the town of Branson, in the evening when a storm clouded the region. As the lake’s surface churned violently, the duck boat struggled to return to shore before sinking and capsizing. The ...
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  • Ford Explorer Investigated by Feds After Owners Claim the SUV Is Making Them Sick

    On January 23, The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) confirmed it is investigating Ford Explorer models made between 2011 and 2017. The investigation came about after a consumer safety group repeated its appeal for a recall on behalf of a growing number of drivers who reported incidents of dizziness, nausea, and vomiting. Ford has publicly dismissed the need to recall its Ford ...
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