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If the at-fault party insurance adjuster is trying to contact you after your personal injury case, think twice before giving away information.

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Pain and Suffering is a key part of personal injury cases. If you suffered personal injuries, for example in a car accident, that was not the fault of your own, you as the plaintiff could receive compensation. It is important as a plaintiff to understand this integral part of your personal injury case.

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Car accidents tend to cause not only physical injuries, but extreme financial hardship. Make sure you have some type of car insurance coverage to help pay for your medical bills if you become a victim of a car crash. This article talks about one option: MedPay.

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As you read in our previous article, PIP (personal injury protection) is a type of no-fault car insurance coverage that is required in Kansas. Regardless of who caused the accident, PIP can help you handle the costs of injuries that were caused by the car accident. You can read more about it here.

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If you were injured on someone else’s property because of their negligence, you might have a premises liability claim. If a property owner causes you an injury, you should fight for the compensation you deserve. After a serious injury, you will be facing medical bills, lost wages, or even pain and suffering.

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Personal injury protection (“PIP”), also called no-fault auto insurance coverage, covers medical expenses after a car accident, regardless of who caused the accident. Kansas requires PIP. PIP is not available in Missouri.

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Social media is a fun way to connect with people in your life. You can update your friends and family on milestones on your life, vent about your day, share memes, and connect with businesses. There are so many advantages to social media. However, if you have just been in an accident, and you are trying to receive compensation for ...

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