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What is PIP?

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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Your Social Media Post Could Ruin Your Accident Injury Claim

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 your injuries, social media could ruin your claim. Thus, social media could prevent you from collecting compensation for your injuries.
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What You Need to Know Before You Bring a Medical Malpractice Case

Medical Malpractice (often nicknamed “Med Mal”) is a type of civil claim against a healthcare provider. A plaintiff may bring a medical malpractice claim against a healthcare provider if the healthcare provider acted negligently in their diagnosis, care, or treatment of a patient and thus caused injury to the patient.
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What Is Lane Splitting and Is It Legal?

The weather is warm, and the roads are clear. It is the perfect time to get your motorcycle out and hit the road. Before you ride, or do anything else to prepare, you should read up on the local rules. One rule that varies by state, and comes up often, is lane splitting.
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DUI Sentencing

We all know you should never drive while under the influence. But some people make this mistake. This mistake can hurt someone or bring you into trouble with the law. If you are charged with a DUI in Kansas, you probably want to know what your sentence could be and what a lawyer can do for you.
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Diminished Value Lawyer: Getting Paid for Your Damaged Car

Car accidents are stressful both emotionally and financially. Even if you are not injured, the same cannot be said about your car. Vehicle repair is expensive and if the accident was not your fault, you should be fully compensated by the at-fault driver’s insurance company. But when it comes to car repair, there are problems that prevent you from being paid in full. Even after your car is repaired, the value of your car decreases.
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Happy Fourth of July!

It is finally here – a holiday we all love. On the Fourth of July, we get to gather with our friends and family to enjoy the warm summer sun, grill out, enjoy some drinks, watch beautiful fireworks, and of course celebrate our independence.
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Expungement Lawyer: Missouri Expungement Law

Overland Park’s award-winning expungement lawyer, Mark Grover, would like to tell you about an important change in Missouri’s expungement laws that went into effect a few years ago. We all make mistakes. Some mistakes may have gotten you into trouble with the law. Although you served your time and are ready to move on, your criminal record is not.
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