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

March 25, 2019

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 $4.69 billion to 22 women who blamed their ovarian cancer…

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Are truck drivers and trucking companies subject to special regulations?

February 28, 2019

Missouri truck accident attorneys know that smaller vehicles and their occupants rarely stand a fighting chance against large and heavy commercial trucks in a collision. Recently, a Christian County wrongful death lawsuit against a concrete truck company and its driver was settled. The case stemmed from a trucking accident that killed a married man and…

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What constitutes nursing home abuse?

February 26, 2019

When most people think about nursing home neglect and abuse lawsuits, they envision the victim of physical, emotional, or financial abuse as a senior citizen. But elder abuse is not always the case.  Residents of skilled nursing facilities can be young, disabled, and just as vulnerable as elderly residents. Nursing home neglect can be abandonment, isolation,…

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Can I sue for burns from an e-cigarette?

February 23, 2019

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…

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Holiday Drunk Driving Accidents Spike Personal Injury Suits

January 31, 2019

Are bar owners responsible for drunk driving injuries? Missouri personal injury attorneys can attest to the fact that there is generally an up-tick in personal injury lawsuits after the winter holiday season and its high volume of family gatherings and corporate parties where alcohol is served. Between Thanksgiving and New Year’s Eve, many drunk- or…

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Can I sue a gym for deadlift-related injuries?

January 30, 2019

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…

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Severed Finger at Daycare Center Sparks Negligence Suit

January 28, 2019

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…

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Botched Circumcision Claimed in Lawsuit

December 12, 2018

Is a bad circumcision grounds for a medical malpractice lawsuit? It’s a procedure routinely performed countless times daily in hospitals across the nation, though envisioning the procedure could make many parents weak in the knees. Male infant circumcision is typically performed in the hospital at only one-day old. In fact, it’s done so often without…

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Medical Negligence: Removing a Healthy Organ

December 11, 2018

Is it medical negligence to remove a healthy organ? Patients facing surgery are often nervous about the procedure they are undergoing and the recovery and/or rehabilitation that may follow it. Hoping that medical negligence doesn’t occur is also normal. Sometimes patients are so anxious they leave surgeons reminder notes on their bodies using markers so…

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Negligence Alleged Over Presumed Opioid Overdose

December 10, 2018

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…

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