Our Kansas City law firm handles personal injury cases on a contingent fee basis. Lawyers have a reputation for being expensive, and as a result, many people try to negotiate directly with insurance companies to settle their injury claims. They don’t know their assumptions about the cost of hiring a Kansas City personal injury attorney […]Read more: What Does it Cost to Hire a Kansas City Personal Injury Attorney?
Missouri’s So Called “No-Pay No-Play” Statutes You may be entitled to compensation for economic and non-economic losses caused by a car crash. The distinction between economic and non-economic damages is important because in Missouri, an uninsured driver who is injured due to someone else’s negligence waives the ability to claim non-economic damages (i.e. pain and […]Read more: So Called “No Pay No Play” Statutes in Missouri
Denying a patient medical records does not appear to be a cause of action. However, courts in several jurisdictions have ordered covered entities to disclose a patient’s personal health information to the patient. The case law in this post examines the various ways patients have accessed their medical records after initially being denied access.Read more: Are Your Medical Records Really Yours?
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At no up-front cost to you, Plaza Injury Law provides the best legal representation in personal injury and work injury on a contingency fee basis. This means that I do not take a fee until you receive compensation. You will not incur any legal fees or costs for my time and assistance unless I successfully earn you a trial verdict or settlement. Meaning, I have every incentive to maximize your recovery. I adhere to a “Clients First” philosophy, which means that I will do everything in my power to help you receive the justice and compensation you deserve for your injury and we help you get back to normal as quickly as possible.
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