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Kansas City Truck Accidents Attorney
KANSAS CITY TRUCK ACCIDENTS ATTORNEY Hundreds of truck accidents happen, across the state of Kansas, each year. Millions of auto accidents and related injuries occur each year. In 2016, the U.S. Department of Transportation's National Highway Traffic Safety Administration reported an estimated 35,200 people died, in traffic related deaths, in 2014. While nationwide this was only a 7.7% increase, in Kansas there was an over 8% increase in traffic related deaths. Auto accidents are all too frequent. T.Morton, truck accident injury lawyer, understands how difficult, and expensive, this can be for you and your loved ones.
T.Morton, personal injury lawyer, can guide and assist you through the difficult legal process. Those who injured you will likely have attorneys, investigators and insurance company employees working against you. The goal of these individuals is to pay you as little as possible. Attorney T. Morton, and team, will work tirelessly to protect your interests and get you the compensation you deserve. Contact us now for your free consultation 913.602.7288 or complete this FORM.
FAULT - Truck Accidents Those using public and private roads owe a duty of care to those sharing the road with them. This duty extends to pedestrians and cyclists too. Some ways that a driver can violate this duty by acting negligently. Examples of negligent acts include:
Texting and driving
Driving under the influence of alcohol and/or drugs
Failing to obey traffic signs (ex. stop signs)
Negligence Defined Negligence is defined as the failure of a person, company, government agency or other entity to operate or function with the same level of care that another responsible party would use in the same circumstances.
Injuries Like most accidents, the injuries can range from minor to major. There is a great possibility of serious injury, even catastrophic injury, where large truck are involved (i.e. semi-trucks, 16 wheelers, trailer trucks, moving trucks, construction/cargo trucks, commercial trucks, etc...). The size, speed, weight and other conditions combined often result in many of the following injuries:
Injuries of this kind may require extended hospital stays, ongoing rehabilitative therapy, personal therapy, or cause permanent disfigurement, death and/or scarring. You are not alone in seeking the compensation you are entitled to because of your injury. Call Attorney T. Morton today for your free consultation at 913.602.7288 or complete this FORM.
What are the damages you may be entitled to compensation for? If you, or your loved one, suffered from an truck-related injury, you may be entitled to the following:
Pain and suffering
Loss of consortium (in the case of a spouse)
You need an attorney to make sure your rights are protected and you're made whole after a truck accident injury. Take action today and call Attorney T. Morton for your free consultation at 913.602.7288 or complete this FORM.
How long will your case take to be resolved? Resolving a personal injury case can be as short as several days, or as long as several years. There are many factors that go into determining how long a personal injury claim can take to resolve, and Attorney T.Morton can adequately explain these factors to you. Contact us for your free consultation 913.602.7288 or complete this FORM.
The selection of T.Morton, and her personal injury team, is an important one and should not be taken lightly. We are dedicated to you and your case. We offer a competitive fee structure for winning your case. T. Morton, personal injury lawyer, will help you through the process and assists you in getting the compensation you deserve. Contact us for your free consultation 913.602.7288 or complete this FORM.
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