You pay your premiums regularly and never miss one, driving around with the knowledge that you’re covered. And then the day comes that you’re in an auto accident by someone who doesn’t have car insurance. Now, what do you do? Unlike an accident where you exchange information with the other … [Read more...] about What To Do If You’re In An Auto Accident With An Uninsured Driver In Kansas City?
The worldwide pandemic of 2020 has left thousands of people without work, income, and answers to questions about when they’ll be back. One of the biggest questions until recently has been the option of a vaccine against the ravages of COVID-19, or the “coronavirus.” Released in December of … [Read more...] about Getting Compensated For COVID-19 Vaccination Injuries.
Lawsuits can be long, drawn-out matters that last for months or years before they conclude. Putting fate in the hands of a jury can mean a big win or a big loss. With so many cases filling court dockets, many lawyers suggest that their clients turn to mediation as a way to resolve and conclude legal … [Read more...] about What Types Of Kansas City Legal Cases Can Be Settled By Mediation?
The 2020 election saw more voters exercising their rights than ever before despite a worldwide pandemic. Absentee voting increased, as well as vote-by-mail in many cities to reduce the risk of spreading COVID-19. In every election, there are reports of problems with voting machines, … [Read more...] about Is Denying Someone The Right To Vote A Civil Rights Violation In Kansas City?
It’s surprising that even in 2020, women are still experiencing discrimination due to pregnancy. In 2019, the EEOC saw more than 3,000 claims of pregnancy discrimination filed with the agency and more than $22 million in settlements for the claims. Pregnant women already have many concerns, but … [Read more...] about Pregnancy Discrimination in Kansas City
Since 1972, sixteen states have adopted the Law Enforcement Officers’ Bill Of Rights (LEOBR) and incorporated it into their state law. Maryland was the first. Missouri now has House Bill 1889, an update to House Bill 928, which originated the state’s entry into passing this legislation in support of … [Read more...] about Legal Challenges Due to the “Law Enforcement Officers’ Bill of Rights”
It’s one thing to believe that there is discrimination in a place of employment. But it’s quite another to successfully prove it. Discrimination at work can come in a number of forms and against different members of protected classes. If you’re in this situation, chances are that the employer … [Read more...] about Proving Disparate Treatment Discrimination At Work In Kansas City
One of the most common questions asked of a personal injury attorney is, “how much money will I get from this case?” Unfortunately, there isn’t a set formula for determining how much an individual case is worth it. Even though many cases may look the same, there are always small differences that … [Read more...] about Slip And Fall Injury Awards In The Kansas City Area
Big cases make big headlines. From industrial accidents to financial wrongdoing, any time a company makes big, expensive mistakes, people can be harmed. These well-known multiple party lawsuits are, to date, the biggest verdicts ever made. Multi-state Big Tobacco Settlement Agreement, $206 … [Read more...] about Mass Tort Case and Class Action Lawsuit in Kansas City?
On the one hand, vaccination has gone a long way in reducing and eradicating diseases that once threatened whole populations. Unfortunately, in the interest of public health, not every individual is protected by vaccinations. Children in particular can suffer injuries as a result of a … [Read more...] about Vaccine Related Injury Law in Kansas City