Recent Missouri headlines have brought a deadly issue to public attention: opioid overdose. According to a recent news article, fatalities in Missouri for 2017 from opioid overdose are on track to outpace fatalities from traffic accidents. Continue reading “Woman settles over damage from drugs – Plaintiff alleged amount of opioid was too much”
There is no question that cases filed against hospitals and doctors are challenging at best. There are a number of hurdles that must be cleared to succeed with any type of medical malpractice litigation. A major hurdle in these cases is the statute of limitations, which is the amount of time a person has to bring forward a claim against a health care provider. In most cases, the statute of limitations is shorter in medical malpractice cases than in other personal injury situations. Continue reading “Statutes of Limitations in Kansas City Medical Malpractice Cases”
Do You Really Need a Personal Injury Lawyer?
If you are injured in an accident, regardless of if you suffer a slip and fall, auto accident, or are the victim of medical malpractice, you may think you don’t need the services of a personal injury attorney in Kansas City. However, even if it is true that you can represent yourself, there are still a number of reasons why hiring an attorney is in your best interest. Continue reading “Do You Really Need a Personal Injury Lawyer?”