The National Academy of Personal Injury Attorneys has name Attorney T. Morton one of its highest awards - Kansas' Top Ten Under 40.
The NAOPIA, was established as a professional organization championing those who practice in the area of personal injury law. They equip highly-qualified Personal Injury attorneys with the most current continuing education opportunities and provide the public with the most accurate, up-to-date listings of top ranked attorneys in their state.
Congratulations Attorney T. Morton!
If you are injured, and would like to schedule your free consultation with a top rated attorney, call today at 913-602-7288 or complete this FORM.
Today officially marks the beginning of the 2017 Spring season. We have had many weather changes over the last few weeks and can expect that to continue, although it is technically Spring. Check back over the next few weeks for Spring safety tips and information. If your injured don't hesitate to call Attorney T. Morton at 913-602-7288 or complete this FORM.
Months ago we discussed the disturbing fact that Kansas had no true amusement park regulations. Lack of regulation had resulted in serious injury and the death of patrons. Since that time the HB 2389 amendment has been introduced. This bill seeks to address the many areas where current regulation is lacking.
What does this bill seek?
Does this mean no injuries/deaths with happen?
No. Should the amendment pass there will finally be amusement park regulation, in Kansas, that holds owners/operators to a standard currently non-existent. This doesn't mean injuries, or even death, will not occur. Rather, there will be a decreased likelihood of injury due to pre- and post-operation standards/inspection.
What should I do if I am hurt at an amusement park?
You should call Attorney T. Morton @ 913-602-7288 or complete this FORM, right away. There are a number of important steps you must take to preserve your claim. Our consultation is free.
This week HB 2104 failed to advance. This bill proposed an amendment to the uninsured motorist coverage provision requirements and sought to increase the minimum policy limit for bodily injury. It is probable that, although eligible for study session, this bill will not be reconsidered this session.
What are the current auto insurance minimums?
Liability insurance minimums are $25,000/$50,000/$25,000:
What does this mean for you? For now, there will be no changes in the Kansas mandatory minimum coverage you must carry. That also means, should you be injured in an accident, the amount you may recover from the at-fault party's insurance stays the same.
If you are injured in an auto accident this bill's failure does not mean that you cannot collect beyond the current state minimum insurance coverage amounts. Call Attorney T. Morton today to find out how you can seek fair compensation, beyond the standard policy limits, at 913-602-7288 or complete this FORM. Consultations are free.
Read more about HB 2104 HERE.
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