when do car accident cases go to court

When Do Car Accident Cases Go To Court?

When Your Car Accident Case Goes To Court Car accidents can be life-altering events, leading to physical injuries, emotional trauma, and financial burdens. While many car accident claims are settled out of court, there are instances where taking legal action becomes necessary. Understanding when a car accident case goes to court can help you navigate…

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Statute of Limitation Revival Laws

Statute Of Limitations Laws: Look-Back Windows Statutes of Limitation Revival Laws create what are referred to as “look-back windows”. These allow those whose statute of limitations for civil claims have expired to file suit with the help of a Kansas City sexual abuse lawyer against their perpetrator and/or the organization that allowed the abuse to…

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Amusement Park Accidents

The Role Of An Amusement Park Lawyer In Amusement Park Accidents Amusement park injuries and deaths are much higher than the public’s perception. The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) tracks injuries and deaths at the nation’s many amusement parks.  Since 2010 there have been over 20 fatalities at amusement parks.  Annually, there are over 30,000…

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Kansas Statute of Limitations: Child Sexual Abuse

Kansas Statute Of Limitations For Child Sexual Abuse Kansas statute of limitations laws previously restricted civil lawsuits that stem from crimes of sexual abuse perpetrated against children to a short, 3-year window; a clock that began ticking the day victims turned 18. As of July 1st, 2023, Kansas joined a growing number of states in…

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How Forensic Evidence Can Support Claims Of Sexual Abuse

Understanding Corroborating Evidence In Sexual Abuse Cases Corroborating evidence refers to information that supports or confirms the claims made by an alleged victim of sexual abuse. This evidence helps establish that the abuse likely occurred. Some examples of corroborating evidence in these cases include: Medical evidence: Examinations may reveal physical signs of abuse like bruising,…

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