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    Kansas Truck Accident Attorneys

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      Kansas Truck Accident Attorneys

      Kansas Truck Accident Attorneys

      Do You Need Legal Help?

      We offer free consultations.


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        When you’re in an accident and you are facing challenges you never expected, we are here to help. You deserve to have someone fighting on your side who can help you get the results you deserve. All of your injuries and damages deserve to be compensated for. Our Kansas injury lawyers are here to help you every step of the way.

        We will work with you to build a strong case right away. We have the experience and resources to handle all legal aspects of your case. Your main focus should be on your health and well-being. Let us focus on building a strong case and using all of our resources to ensure you get the best results possible.

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        Kansas Truck Accident Attorneys

        Serving Reno County, Sedgwick County, Saline County, Finney County, Ford County, Seward County, and Ellis County

        If you have suffered a serious injury in a truck accident you didn’t cause, you’re probably overwhelmed and confused about what your next step should be. We are very sorry for what you’re going through. When injuries happen that could’ve been prevented because somebody else acted with carelessness or negligence, our Kansas truck accident attorneys want to fight for your right to justice. You deserve compensation for injuries that have life-altering results. We can help you get the same success we have gotten for so many others injured by negligence. Call us to set up your free legal consultation today.

        Do I Have a Case?

        It may not be clear to someone injured in a truck accident whether or not they have a legitimate case. Figuring out the answer to this question can be daunting, but you can turn to our Kansas truck accident attorneys to guide you with their knowledge and experience. Call us for a free legal consultation to help you understand what legal compensation you are entitled to. It’s always better to take advantage of a free consultation and know your options than to miss out entirely due to hesitation. Our Kansas truck accident attorneys can take a thorough look at the potential of your case to help you decide whether or not to file a claim. Don’t make the mistake most people do by missing out on your chance for compensation because you assume you have no case. Reach out to our Kansas truck accident attorneys right away. It’s a fact that the insurance company you make a claim against will have a team of attorneys representing their interests. Rather than seeing this as the reason not to pursue justice, see it as the reason you need to take advantage of a free legal consultation with our Kansas truck accident attorneys. If together we determine moving forward is right for you, we’ll be by your side guiding you and fighting for your rights every step of the way.

        Available Compensation

        We want to help you get justice through financial compensation. It’s important to remember that no two Kansas truck accident cases are identical. There is no one-size-fits-all formula for compensation. Damages are determined by the detailed facts of your case and how the accident has impacted your life. Compensation will be determined by a number of factors. One of them involves where your case stands with regard to comparative fault laws in Kansas. If you are determined to have been between 1% to 49% at fault determined for your accident, it is possible to collect damages. If, on the other hand, it is determined that you were at least 50% at fault for the truck accident, you would not be able to collect compensation. This is a truly sad outcome, and it’s critical that you know that the insurance company is going to use this rule to try to blame you for the accident. Reach out to our Kansas truck accident attorneys today. We know the playing field and we won’t let the insurance companies walk all over you. Let us help protect your rights. While it’s sad to have to expect such behavior from insurance companies, the outcome is not inevitable. We know the moves insurance companies will likely make to turn the tables on you, robbing you of the compensation you deserve. Take comfort in the experience of our Kansas truck accident attorneys— they know how to fight on your behalf. We won’t let insurance companies get away with blaming you for your injuries. We hold them accountable and responsible for awarding you the compensation you deserve. When looking at potential compensation, two types of damages are considered: economic and non-economic. Economic damages refer to money lost as a result of lost wages, property damage, and medical bills after the accident. If, for example, your car was totaled, you were unable to go back to work, and now have thousands of dollars of medical bills because of the truck accident, you have economic damages. Pain and suffering are considered non-economic, because there is no pre-determined dollar amount that can be assigned to losing one’s quality of life. This doesn’t mean that non-economic damages are any less painful or impactful than economic damages. We want to stand up for your right to both economic and non-economic damages. Call today to get started with a free consultation.

        Kansas Statute of Limitations

        One of the ways you can help ensure the success of your case is to act quickly after a truck accident. This is important because the state of Kansas imposes a statute of limitations on how long accident victims have to file their claims. The legal term statute of limitation defines how long of a time period you have from the date of your truck accident to file a claim. In Kansas, you must file a claim within two years from the date of your truck accident in order to get compensation. Two years may seem like a long time to you right after your accident. But two years goes by very quickly. We urge you to contact our Kansas truck accident attorneys today. It may seem like something you’d never forget to do, but between stress and a busy calendar, you could miss your chance to file before you realize it’s gone. There are elements of your case that are time-sensitive, in addition to the actual filing deadline that you may not have considered. There’s evidence to document that may accidentally (or not-so-accidentally) disappear once it becomes a significant factor in a claim against a negligent party. The information in a truck’s black box is easily erased. Witnesses forget details much more often than people realize, too. These details can be critical to the success of your case. While we start our cases swiftly with aggressive determination, we can’t pull your case together overnight. Making a strong foundation for your case relies greatly on having the time necessary to gather accident evidence, facts, and details. We’ll get started on your case as soon as we know you’re serious about filing a claim against the liable party, but we can’t help you if you come to us the day before your statute of limitations runs out. We urge you to reach out to us as soon as possible to get started on your claim. We’ll get your case going, even if you’re still in a hospital bed. We are here for you.

        Making Your Case a Success

        A vital reason to hire a lawyer is avoiding the many mistakes people without attorneys often make that have the potential to ruin personal injury cases. Our Kansas truck accident attorneys will be there by your side to help you make the best choices for your case as you go. A big misstep many people make is giving a recorded statement to the insurance company. This is something you should never do. It’s also something insurance companies always try to get out of you so they can avoid paying any damages. You may think you’re being helpful to your case by providing information to the insurance company, but the insurance representative is trained to ask questions that produce answers which can be twisted to work in their favor. Once you speak to them, they’ll set to work getting the amount they are required to pay you reduced, or have the case thrown out entirely. Either way, you come out on the losing end. Even before you are faced with fending off calls from the insurance company, the very first thing you need to do is get the medical attention you need. Seeing a doctor establishes a record of injuries. It also provides a picture of what will be involved in your physical and mental recovery, and how much time and money it will likely cost. Will you lose time at work? Will you need one or more surgeries? The facts collected through your medical examination and treatment will provide critical information about the value of your case. Insurance companies are the only ones who benefit when you put off medical care after a truck accident. Not only does it hinder the collection of facts helpful to your case, but the delay gives the insurance company an angle from which to suggest your injuries must not be as bad as you claim. They may even suggest that the injury came from an event completely unrelated to the truck accident; if they succeed, your case will get thrown out. Our Kansas truck accident attorneys want to prevent this kind of injustice, and urge you to seek medical attention immediately after an accident.

        Call Our Kansas Truck Accident Attorneys

        If you’ve suffered a severe injury in a truck accident due to someone else’s carelessness or negligence, please contact us. We truly care about helping you build a successful case. Let us help you through our knowledge, resources, and experience handling personal injury cases. We want to fight for your rights by holding the liable party accountable for the accident. Call our Kansas truck accident attorneys today to set up your free legal consultation to give you the best chance at success and find the justice you deserve.

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