I was pulled over for speeding in Topeka ks where i live. I was driving my mothers car, she is from Omaha ne. I found out the car was not insured after being pulled over. He cited me for speeding and failed to show proof of insurance. How do I re...
You may be able to get the ticket dismissed by taking a copy of the vehicle's title, showing that you were not the owner, to the prosecutor. Explain that you did not own the vehicle and that you did not know that there was not insurance on it.See question
My Car had no one in it and they left the scene Their insurance company will not return calls Police report was filed and its caught on security camera It's been a month without transportation. No communication
You need to hire an attorney to file suit against them. Kansas law has a great provision that if you have to file suit to recover money for property damage arising from a motor vehicle collision, then the defense has to pay your attorney's fees. Thus, it should not cost you anything to get a lawyer to pursue this. However, you should get on it right away as there is a time limit for pursuing the claim.See question
A few weeks ago, I was leaving a store and a cart that was between my vehicle and another one got caught in my front passenger tire and scraped the car next to me. It broke the casing for the side mirror. I didn't know at the time any damage was d...
This is extortion. You should contact your insurance company to pay the claim. You should also contact the police and report that they are asking for money in exchange for not filing a police report.
Paying the deductible will not get you off the hook, as the insurance company which pays the claim for their insured can come after you for reimbursement (subrogation) of what they paid.See question
I was hit by a driver in Kansas on 11/21/14. He was given a citation. It was his fault. They totaled my car. I accepted the money from the car. I did not settle the personal injury side of it. I ended up in the hospital for 6 weeks shortly afterwa...
Any chance you were under 18 when the wreck occurred? Or that you have been "incapacitated" during the last two years? These are the only ways that I see around the two year statute of limitations set forth in KSA 60-513.See question
My friend had a gun pulled on her and we have witness of that how long does she have to prosecute the person that pulled the gun on her?
This would be a civil claim for "assault". A claim for assault is governed by the one-year statute of limitations, provided that your friend is an adult.See question
We were on a family vacation, and were rear-ended in Kansas. Our vehicle was completely stopped for road work and the car behind us did not stop until she hit our minivan. Our car was totaled and we had to rent a car and drive home. Our vacatio...
It probably is best to get an attorney at this point. AVVO is a good source for qualified and reputable attorneys.See question
while i am at stop. another car hit me from back.
Kansas is a “no-fault” state. This means that you have a PIP (Personal Injury Protection) claim that will cover your initial medical bills, lost wages, essential services and rehab expenses. PIP pays these initial expenses regardless of who is at fault. Health insurance will not cover your medical expenses until PIP coverage is first applied. If you run into any difficulty with PIP coverage, a Kansas attorney will be able to answer your questions and help you.See question
My friend was driving my car when we were involved in a single car accident. My phone was dead so I tried to walk home and talk to my mom but I was arrested before I got home.
Passengers do not have a legal duty to stay at the scene of a car accident, so they cannot charge you for leaving the scene. However, it is possible that the police will question who was driving and might allege that you were the driver. That is probably why they arrested you -- they probably think that you were the driver and that you left the scene.See question
I was at a privately owned lake where I paid for access with family when I fell through a deck they had. I sustained injuries to my leg and had to go to the ER. I finally got in contact with the insurance company as I am now getting bills for the ...
This is what we call a "premises liability" claim. In this sort of a claim you can include damages for past and future medical expenses, past and future lost income, and past and future pain, suffering and disability. It would be necessary to prove negligence on the part of the owner, but that should be fairly easy given the advanced decay which must have been present to cause you to fall through the deck.
Whether you will need a lawyer will depend on the extent of your injuries, medical bills, and other losses.
When I was 6 I'm 23 now I had a appendicitis. Doctors called it a stomach virus so I was in and out of the hospital for 6months. I got held back that year due to it (missing school). Doctors didn't know what was wrong with till the day it ruptured...
In order to give you a good answer to this question, one must know where this happened. Were you in Kansas when the doctors misdiagnosed and negligently treated you back when you were six years old? If so, then your claim will be governed by the Kansas statute of limitations and the Kansas statute of repose. Under the Kansas statute of limitations a claim for negligence has to be filed within two years from the date of negligence. If the fact of injury is not discovered until a later time, then the statute of limitations does not start to run until the injury is discovered. The statute of repose, however, puts an absolute limit of eight years on filing suit. After eight years from the date of negligence, the statute of limitations and the statute of repose keep you from being able to do anything about it.
If this happened in another state, then the statute of limitations and the statute of limitations from that state will control.
I'm sorry to be the bearer of bad news.