PERSONAL INJURY LAWYERS Wichita, Kansas
Toll free 866-584-1032
Local 316-269-2500
Toll free866-584-1032
Free Case Consultation
There is no fee, unless you win
Set up a Free Consultation with one of the members of our team.
Call (866) 584-1032, (316) 269-2500 or send us an email.

Blog

What you should know about roadside car accidents

The Kansas "Move Over" law was initially passed in 2000. The law was designed to protect roadside construction workers, police, emergency responders, DOT workers and stranded motorists. The law applies to drivers who travel on major highways that have two or more lanes that run in the same direction. Drivers are required to switch to...

Read More »

What makes 18-wheelers so dangerous?

We rely on 18-wheelers to transport goods and products across the country, but that doesn't make the thought of getting into a serious accident with a tractor-trailer any less nerve-racking. If you get into a collision involving a large commercial vehicle, you could be severely injured or killed. Moreover, truck accidents on busy highways often...

Read More »

Can my attorney pursue punitive damages in my car accident case?

If you were involved in a serious traffic collision that was someone else's fault, you may be entitled to compensation through a car accident claim. Typically, the damages that you can pursue compensation for include medical expenses, lost wages, and pain and suffering. There are some cases where your attorney will pursue punitive damages. What...

Read More »

How to pursue an insurance claim after sustaining a concussion in a car accident

Traumatic brain injuries (TBIs) are common in serious car accidents and are often linked to contact with a steering wheel, airbag or dashboard. They can also be caused by side impact crashes, rollovers, whiplash from rear-end collisions, and violent shaking during a crash. Crash victims may lose consciousness or experience noticeable TBI symptoms. Unlike severe...

Read More »

Poor sleep quality due to the COVID-19 pandemic could lead to an increase in drowsy driving car accidents

According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), drowsy driving caused roughly 91,000 crashes and 795 traffic fatalities in 2017. Drowsy driving doesn't always involve falling asleep at the wheel, but can also be likened to driving while impaired by alcohol. For example, drowsy drivers may experience some delays in reaction time, impaired judgment...

Read More »

AAA: Summer most dangerous for teen drivers

Kansas has already begun loosening COVID-19 restrictions in communities across the state. This includes the reopening of restaurants, churches, movie theaters, summer camps and community centers. This all comes during the most dangerous time for teen drivers. It's called the "100 Deadliest Days" and runs from Memorial Day Weekend to Labor Day Weekend. AAA dubs...

Read More »

How does daylight savings cause drowsy driving crashes?

On Sunday, we'll be setting our clocks ahead by one hour. Many Wichita-area residents look forward to the increased evening daylight brought on by daylight savings. The yearly time shift from November-March can cause a slew of problems, however. Drowsy driving crashes is one of them. One Kansas lawmaker seeks to do away with the...

Read More »