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Spring and Summer Weather Risks for Kansas Motorists 

AAA Kansas and the Kansas Highway Patrol are offering driver safety tips for avoiding auto accidents in severe weather. The state declared March 5-9 "Severe Weather Awareness Week" in advance of the spring and summer travel season. Our Kansas injury lawyers started the year by blogging about the risks of winter weather driving. But the reality is...

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Speed Often Cause of Kansas Car Accidents

Kansas authorities are focusing on speeding drivers as we prepare for the spring and summer travel season. Kansas injury lawyers know speed is among the leading causes of serious and fatal car accidents. Speed not only reduces reaction time but also exponentially increases the impact of a collision. Federal statistics show your chances of serious...

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Kansas Parking Lot Injury Dangers Abound

Most drivers exercise caution in circumstances known to be dangerous. Highway driving, nighttime driving, inclement weather and other conditions can all increase the risk of a collision, and drivers are expected to respond to these risks with an appropriate degree of reasonable care. But some hazards are less obvious. Parking lots may seem innocuous. After...

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Wrong-Way Crashes in Wichita

  Wrong-way crashes can be among the most injurious and devastating of all accidents. Wrong-way drivers often cause head-on collisions, which generate significant force - and can therefore cause significant injuries. Victims of wrong-way collision injuries have important legal rights. With the legal advice of a Wichita car accident attorney, accident victims will be better able...

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Wichita Drivers More Likely to Crash in Rural Areas

Decades of research have provided valuable insight into the risk factors for auto accidents. With effective planning and safe driving habits, drivers can effectively mitigate these risks to reduce their chances of being involved in a car accident. Now, new research has uncovered a new risk factor: driving in rural areas. Learn more about how...

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Utilizing Commercial Truck Safety Technology Can Prevent Crashes In Kansas

The damage caused by Truck accidents can be severe. In order ensure road safety, the Kansas Corporation Commission have put strict regulations in place to for commercial vehicles weighing more than 10,000 pounds. Mechanical regulations include, but are not limited to, safety hitches, trailer braking systems, tire conditions, and periodic inspections.   According to the...

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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 the legal right to be compensated for their injuries and losses. An...

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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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3 Compound Dr, Hutchinson, Kansas 67502
Hutchinson (620) 662-3435
225 N Market St, Ste 345, Wichita, Kansas 67202
Wichita (316) 266-4111
100 N 7th St., Ste 207, Salina, Kansas 67401
Salina (785) 268-4968
1511 Fulton Terrace #5, Garden City, Kansas 67846
Garden City (620) 312-3938
108 N 14th Ave, Ste D3, Dodge City, Kansas 67801
Dodge City (620) 349-5770
150 Plaza Drive, Suite 109, Liberal, Kansas 67901
Liberal (620) 349-5878
205 East 7th Street, Suite 335, Hays, Kansas 67601
Hays (785) 329-0019
Toll Free (866) 881-0103
Kansas City (913) 251-9303