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Q: If my mom done a personal injury case for me as a minor how can i get that information

Im doing my disability hearing next month and they said my mom done a case but i cant find it

Peter N. Munsing
Peter N. Munsing answered on Mar 16, 2017

Go to the county court for the county where you lived when you were hurt. Look it up under your name.

1 Answer | Asked in Personal Injury and Military Law for Kansas on
Q: Can a Colonel ignore a soldiers doctors orders?

Deployed in Korea. Soldier was injured Jan. 20th during PT, he sustained an ACL tear, MCL tear, medial meniscus bucket handle tear, lateral meniscus posterior root tear, and an LCL strain. He was seen by 2 military doctors who said that he needs to have surgery back home, he will have to keep the... Read more »

Peter N. Munsing
Peter N. Munsing answered on Feb 7, 2017

The Colonel isn't "delaying" he is "deliberating." You know how the army works--he needs to get with either a lt or captain that maybe can nudge the adjutant to put the papers under the colonel's nose. Legal way for an enlisted guy to give the bird to a bird? Not in the next few millenia! Maybe in... Read more »

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Q: When is a landlord liable for a tenant's injury on the rental premises?
Peter N. Munsing
Peter N. Munsing answered on Jan 14, 2017

When the tenant is injured due to an area over which the landlord kept responsibility or control, or when something breaks and the landlord knew or should have known about it.

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Q: How do I find out if a company is liable for personal injury.

I have a 15 year old daughter who had a brain tumor removed this past April. Her Neuro-oncologist made a referral to a geneticist because he said that in actuality cancers are rare in young people. I also have another daughter that had hodgkin's lymphoma in 2010. He said to have 2 siblings to... Read more »

Peter N. Munsing
Peter N. Munsing answered on Dec 6, 2016

You need to first help your family by having your water and house tested. Contact a member of Ks Assn for Justice who handles toxics--they give free consultations. The cases are incredibly tough to prove, though.

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Q: What is a no-fault law? Does Kansas have it?
David Adams
David Adams answered on Dec 1, 2016

This usually refers to an insurance company having to pay benefits regardless of who is at fault. It usually comes up when your own car insurance policy is required to pay at least the first $4,500 of your medical expenses, regardless of who is at fault. In Kansas these are referred to as PIP... Read more »

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Q: I was in an accident and the car rolled over.

I feel it's because the road wasn't maintained - am I able to sue the county even if I'm getting money from my insurance company?

Peter N. Munsing
Peter N. Munsing answered on Oct 30, 2016

Yes, sorta, but they are tough cases. Consult a member of the Ks. assn for justice--they give free consults. But those are very tough cases so don't hold your breath.

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Q: Dear attorneys,My ex-girlfriend secretly recorded me in my private home and then humiliated me in public with it.

My ex-girlfriend and I lived together. We got into a heated argument because she is horribly abusive, and she abuses her son. I went off on her verbally in the privacy of my home where there is a reasonable expectation that it is a domain of privacy. I kicked her out and I now live alone. Since... Read more »

Peter N. Munsing
Peter N. Munsing answered on Aug 16, 2016

Unlikely it's illegal. Over the phone it is in many states. Playing it could be viewed as intentional infliction of emotional distress, but that would be apointless case because if she has no money, the attorney would make you pay--and if she is manipulative and passive aggressive she may enjoy it.... Read more »

1 Answer | Asked in Identity Theft, Consumer Law and Personal Injury for Kansas on
Q: what kind of lawyer would i need for a business allowing a crime to happen to me?

staying at a hotel, person went to front desk, was issued a key, then went into my room, took over 1000 dollars of my belongings, took personal information which was used to takeover my bank account. The person was not on my reservation nor on the list of people allowed in my room. I was offered... Read more »

Peter N. Munsing
Peter N. Munsing answered on Jul 20, 2016

Talk to a member of the Kansas Trial Lawyers Assn /Assn for Justice--they give free consultations.Did you send a formal, itemized demand to the home office?

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Q: I was injured while unemployed i now have no income what can i do
Jason Alexander Richman
Jason Alexander Richman answered on Jan 4, 2016

There are a number of possibilities depending on your specific circumstances including: disability benefits (through insurance or a state public benefit), Social Security, or various forms of public assistance (welfare). You will need to discus this all with someone from social services in the... Read more »

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Q: Daughter accused of fleeing has no record was injured by police and ovary injured and may lose it. Can you help?

Daughter has previous surgery on ovary twice. Was healing and back to work. She did not realize police were stopping her and thought it was fake cops televised on TV. No one ever approached car until 2nd person showed wouldn't identify self I called 911 but was too late. They lost it while I was on... Read more »

Adam Studnicki
Adam Studnicki answered on Jul 14, 2015

This is a general Q&A tool. Contact injury and/or civil rights lawyers in your area to see if someone can assist. Good luck.

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Q: Who is liable for an injury caused by a fall- a store owner or visiting vendor who caused a dangerous condition, or both

A visiting stocker from a greeting card corporation left a box in a hard-to- see place in a grocery store aisle causing a potential hazard. Premises liability.

Timothy J. Deffet
Timothy J. Deffet answered on Jul 25, 2012

These cases are highly factually specific and dependent on state law. There may be liability for both if they played a part. The owner may have not discovered the alleged hazardous condition left by the vendor during routine inspections.You should consult a Kansas attorney. If you are a plaintiff... Read more »

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Q: Was hurt lost time at work have perminent injury due to injury at community ffa haunted house slide on agriculturalland

Do I HAVE A CASE OR DOES IT FALL UNDER AGRICULTURAL SAFTEY SHIELD?

Terrence Rubino
Terrence Rubino answered on Aug 15, 2011

you need to contact a reputable injury lawyer in kansas and do it sooner than later. most first consultations are free and injury lawyers usually work on a contingent %. in choosing a lawyer word of mouth is always best. however if that is not an option, kansas probably has a trial lawyers... Read more »

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