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Rear-End and Tractor-Trailer Accidents in Wichita

Semi trucks, eighteen-wheelers, tractor-trailers and other heavy vehicles are known to cause severe injuries to car accident victims. Smaller, lighter vehicles have less momentum, and are therefore a less powerful mechanism of injury. Regardless of the severity of injuries sustained, car accident victims have a legal right to be compensated for their injuries and losses....

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Teen Drivers Face Risks on the Roads of Western Kansas

Teen drivers are more likely to be involved in car accidents than older, more experienced drivers. This simple statistic results in tragic injuries and deaths which devastate teens and their families. Luckily, following basic rules for safe driving can help mitigate the risk of being involved in a car accident. And when wrecks do occur,...

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Children Vulnerable in Wichita Car Accidents

Parents work hard to protect our children every day. So it is scary to think that a child’s risk of serious injury or death is extremely high for an activity as mundane and commonplace as getting into a car. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) reports that of the 33,000 people who die in U.S. motor...

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To Avoid Negligent Security Claims, Universities Ban Guns at Games

Starting this summer, the three biggest universities in Kansas will be allowed to ban firearms at large sporting events. That's thanks to a ruling by the Kansas Board of Regents' governance committee, which approved the schools' requests for this and other security measures, including: Metal detectors; Guards; Cameras.  These measures could be installed either temporarily...

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Should There be Stricter Penalties for Hit-and-Run Accidents in Wichita?

Families who have lost loved ones in Kansas hit-and-run accidents are pressing for tougher laws to penalize offenders, and hopefully make these incidents less common. In 2011, Kansas adopted new laws pertaining to hit-and-run accidents. Hit-and-run became a felony with "presumptive jail-time," which meant a hit-and-run driver found guilty would be presumed to be deserving of...

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