The laws for cell phone use while driving varies from state to state. In Kansas . . .

Never accept the insurance company’s first offer to settle your injury claim. If you were injured because an insurance policy holder was not paying attention, you are entitled to compensation for your medical bills, lost wages, pain and suffering, time spent treating your injuries, lost earning capacity, and more. An insurance adjuster’s first offer to…

PIP stands for personal insurance protection, and it is component of car insurance that covers medical expenses and lost wages. It is often called “no-fault” coverage because it pays claims regardless of who is at fault in an accident.   If you have PIP insurance and are hurt in an automobile accident, you can receive…

In general, a lien is a court order or agreement placed on personal property to satisfy debt owed to a third party. As it relates to a personal injury settlement, the personal property is the portion of a settlement award to which the lien holder is claiming a right. In the context of a personal…

Carrie Ann Pataska, 45, of Florence was injured in a car accident on September 8, 2016 in Johnson County, Kansas on I35 northbound mile marker 223.4. A 2004 Toyota Avalon driven by John Arthur Turpin made a lane change and sideswiped the 2006 Ford van driven by Pataska. Injuries Pataska was injured and was taken…

Pokémon fever has taken the world by storm. It seems as though everyone is playing. At the park, kids fly by on skateboards, staring at their phones from one Pokéstop to another. Parents push their babies along in strollers, staring at their phones and flicking their screens as they attempt to capture a rare Pokémon. My…

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