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Wednesday, April 24, 2019

Who is liable for injuries sustained at a concert?

No doubt singer Gwen Stefani probably regrets an invitation she reportedly made to her fans shortly after she opened a concert in North Carolina.

According to the negligence-based personal injury lawsuit filed against her and Live Nation, the pop star verbally “invited the audience to approach the stage”, allegedly causing a stampede that seriously injured the plaintiff.

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Friday, April 19, 2019

Who is responsible for a victim’s injuries after a police chase accident?

Some people get confused between Kansas City, Missouri and Kansas City, Kansas. Perhaps that played a part in recent Kansas City automobile accident that involved officers from both cities pursuing suspects in a car they say crossed state lines twice before crashing.

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Monday, April 15, 2019

Can I sue a property owner if I fell and got injured?

Kansas City slip, trip and fall lawyers know that in order for their clients to recover compensation for their injuries, they need to prove the injuries resulted from the property owner’s negligence.

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Friday, March 29, 2019

Who is responsible for apartment elevator accident injuries?

“Home, sweet home” was anything but that for a nine-year-old girl and her friend and an allegedly temperamental elevator. One of the girls was reportedly seriously injured when attempting to exit an allegedly malfunctioning elevator in an apartment building. Her family has reportedly retained a

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Monday, March 25, 2019

Can I sue for damages if a tainted baby powder caused my cancer?

Multiple lawsuits and verdicts indicate that there is no dusting this alleged problem under the rug.

Missouri product defect attorneys predicted that flood gates of talc litigation suits would follow the 2018 monumental jury trial verdict ordering industry giant Johnson & Johnson “to pay for $4.
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Saturday, February 23, 2019

Can I sue for burns from an e-cigarette?

Kansas City personal injury law firms help people who are injured as a result of someone else’s negligent, reckless or intentional actions – – or their failure to act— recover monetary compensation for the damages they suffered in an effort to ease the financial burden their physical and/or psychological injuries have caused. 

Depending on the extent of their injuries, victims often need compensation for current and future medical expenses and/or rehabilitation, current and future lost income or diminished earning capacity, pain and suffering, and more.

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Wednesday, January 30, 2019

Can I sue a gym for deadlift-related injuries?

Missouri personal injury attorneys know that the outcomes of deadlift-related lawsuits against gyms by injured members can be hit-or-miss depending on the facts of each case and possibly, how soon an attorney is contacted.
To recover in a personal injury action, the injured party must first establish that the negligent, reckless, or intentional actions or inactions of another person or entity caused their injury.

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Monday, January 28, 2019

Severed Finger at Daycare Center Sparks Negligence Suit

What duty of care does a daycare center owe to the children it supervises?

Kansas City daycare negligence attorneys often help upset and grieving parents whose children have been injured or killed while in the custody of daycare centers.

Sometimes, guilt-ridden parents wish they had investigated the facility for any records of violations prior to having placed their child in the care of those who may have a history of shoddy caregiving. Of course, a clean record doesn’t guarantee a superior standard of care in the future, especially since staff changes without proper background screening may also result in negligent or reckless injuries. Parents often go public after their own tragedy in an effort to spare others the same pain.

Daycare negligence lawsuits fall within the umbrella of

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Monday, December 10, 2018

Negligence Alleged Over Presumed Opioid Overdose

Is a police officer negligent treat an asthma victim for an opioid overdose?

There are few things scarier than an asthma attack for a victim and their family as they know every moment matters in the fight for oxygen. When help arrives, it generally brings a measure of relief—except when the first-on-the-scene police officer treats the victim for an opioid overdose rather than an asthma attack.

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Wednesday, November 21, 2018

Can I still sue a daycare for negligence if I signed a waiver?

Kansas City daycare negligence attorneys are the ones to call if you know or suspect a child has been injured or abused in a daycare setting.

Serious injuries that might require ongoing physical and/or psychological medical care can happen in a daycare setting due to lax supervision, poor judgment, careless errors, and even intentional abuse by the staff.

In a

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Monday, November 12, 2018

Suit Threatened After Tot Scalded at Restaurant

Q: Is a hot water burn accident grounds to sue a restaurant?

Every single day, countless cups of hot scalding water or coffee are served by waitstaff to patrons in restaurants across the country.

Personal injury lawsuits arise when accidents occur and people get burned. But to prevail in your lawsuit, you must establish liability--which essentially means you have to prove that your injury was someone else’s fault. State laws differ, and sometimes more than one party may be held responsible for a percentage of the damages.

One family says things were not so good in their neighborhood the night they visited a local Applebee’s restaurant with their toddler. After reportedly asking for and receiving a cup of “scalding hot water to sterilize utensils”, the couple’s toddler allegedly grabbed the cup, spilled the water on himself, and received “severe burns”.

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