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Because Kansas City sits on the border of Kansas and Missouri, Kansas City drivers could have to deal with two different sets of auto insurance requirements in an accident. Missouri drivers are only required to carry liability coverage and uninsured motorist coverage. Kansas drivers are required to have four different…

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The Kansas Department of Transportation’s latest statistics show that nearly 700 fatal and injury crashes involving large trucks occurred on Kansas roadways in 2017. A collision with a large truck can be a harrowing experience with life-altering consequences. After surviving an accident with a large truck, you may be contacted…

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Because of its location on I-70, a major interstate highway that spans most of the United States, the Kansas City area has a constant flow of large commercial vehicles. That makes collisions between passenger vehicles and large trucks inevitable. When you have a collision with a large commercial truck, your…

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While the details of car accident cases vary widely, the basic litigation process in the Wichita area is essentially the same in every case. Mike Wyatt, car accident injury attorney at Mann, Wyatt & Tanksley Injury Attorneys, explains each step of the car accident litigation process below. (1) Plaintiff Files…

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Every car accident case is different, with a multitude of variables. However, the basic litigation process in the Kansas City area is essentially the same in every case. Mike Wyatt, car accident injury attorney at Mann, Wyatt & Tanksley Injury Attorneys, says the litigation process usually follows these basic steps….

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Car accidents can cause a multitude of injuries, not to mention the emotional damage that often occurs. Unfortunately, there are times when the driver who hit you doesn’t have insurance. A study by the Insurance Information Institute found that 7.2 percent of Kansas drivers are uninsured. However, even if the at-fault driver…