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When considering auto insurance options, many drivers choose to add MedPay to their policy for extra peace of mind in the event of an accident. Medical payments coverage, often referred to as “MedPay,” is additional coverage that can be added to an auto insurance policy. It is optional in most…

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According to a 2021 Pew Research Center poll about social media use, 69% of American adults (age 18 to 65+) have a Facebook profile, 40% have an Instagram account, and 23% have a Twitter account. With social media becoming an ever-larger part of our lives, people tend to share a lot of…

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Every auto accident is different, but the key elements that we seek to prove to develop a successful personal injury claim are the same in every case. Here’s a breakdown of these elements: Fault According to Mike Wyatt, a partner here at Mann, Wyatt & Tanksley, the first thing that…

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Because the state of Kansas requires auto insurance coverage, many drivers may choose coverage without knowing for what they’re paying. According to the Kansas Insurance Department, your auto insurance payments pay for several individual coverages. There are six basic coverage options. Four of them are required for every driver in Kansas:…

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A very common question the Mann, Wyatt & Tanksley Personal Injury Firm gets asked is, “How long will my car accident process take?” No doubt, the question arises due to the fact that thousands are injured on the roadways each year. According to Mike Wyatt, partner at Mann, Wyatt & Tanksley,…

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Have you recently been injured in a Kansas, Missouri, Colorado or Oklahoma car accident in which the at-fault driver did not have insurance? Although most states, including Kansas and Oklahoma, require drivers to have insurance, an alarming number do not. In fact, a study by the Insurance Information Institute found that the number of uninsured…

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The number of hit-and-run accidents in the United States has been increasing each year with an overall average near 700,000 per year. Sadly, one recent year saw an increase in hit-and-run deaths of 60 percent from 2009. “Hit-and-run crashes in the United States are trending in the wrong direction,” said…