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  • Personal Injury Law Firm Hosts Dr. Snow for a CLE Regarding Acute vs Chronic Disc Pathologies
    Personal Injury Law Firm Hosts Dr. Snow for a CLE Regarding Acute vs Chronic Disc Pathologies

    This week, the Law Firm of Martin & Wallentine hosted a CLE (Continuing Legal Education) at their law firm. The guest speaker was Dr. Richard Snow from Choice of Health . He helped the lawyers and a ...

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  • Qualified Immunity Shouldn't Qualify To Continue
    Qualified Immunity Shouldn't Qualify To Continue

    We have a 7th Amendment U.S. Constitutional right to a jury trial. Such a right should, in theory, provides protection from a government gone wild and without accountability. Alas, in theory, when the ...

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  • What Should I Do After a Car Accident?
    What Should I Do After a Car Accident?

    According to the Missouri State Highway Patrol, 940 individuals died in motor vehicle accidents in 2016, which was a significant increase compared to the deaths that occurred the previous year. From ...

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  • Kansas Subpoenas For Minors
    Kansas Subpoenas For Minors

    When minors are involved in Kansas litigation, it changes numerous legal issues, such statute of limitation issues and how a case is captioned. The statute of limitations could potentially be extended ...

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  • Raiderettes Suing Raiders
    Raiderettes Suing Raiders

    Decades ago, my wife and I were on the cheerleading squad together for the university we attended. It is great fun, a wonderful experience, and kept me in shape. We received a small scholarship, that ...

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  • Hospital liable over handling of lien
    Hospital liable over handling of lien

    Merchandising Practices Violation Pled against Hospital Statute allows hospital lien on patient’s recovery against third-party tortfeasor, but only to satisfy debt owed to hospital. Patient’s insurer ...

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