Statute of Limitations in Missouri

What Is the Missouri Wrongful Death Statute of Limitations

If your loved one has died due to the negligence of another person or corporation, you may have a claim for wrongful death in Missouri. However, the Missouri wrongful death statute of limitations may disqualify you from filing a claim. Wrongful death claims are never easy. Incidents that cause the death of another rarely occur by chance. Signs and...

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Workers' Compensation

Missouri Workers’ Compensation Chart

In this article, we will help you understand how to calculate workers’ compensation benefits in Missouri. Missouri has specific calculations to determine workers’ compensation benefits available to employees. In the state of Missouri, employers are liable for accidental employee injuries, including cases of fault and negligence. There are different equations for each benefit offered. Our workers’ compensation lawyers in...

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Personal Injury

Is Missouri a No-Fault State?

Missouri is not a no-fault state. Under the Missouri car insurance claim laws, injury accident victims can recover compensation from the party who caused their damages. You may successfully recover compensation even if you had partial fault for the collision. Most injury accident victims recover damages through a settlement with the at-fault party’s insurance company. In some cases, however,...

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Motorcycle Accidents

Arkansas Motorcycle Laws

The Arkansas motorcycle laws establish the basic rules of the road for operators and passengers. Our state’s laws offer substantial leeway on many issues, including the choice of whether to wear a helmet if you are 21 or older. This legal flexibility can provide both advantages and detriments, depending on the circumstances. In Arkansas, motorcycle safety often has more...

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Frequently Asked Questions

Are there limits on certain types of compensation in medical malpractice cases?

In some states, there are laws that may limit how much compensation a person can win if their medical malpractice claim is successful. In particular, these so-called damage caps are commonly enforced on non-economic damages. Non-economic damages include emotional distress, loss of companionship, and the worsening of a patient’s quality of life after an injury. However, Arkansas has no...

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Social Security Disability

How Does a Workers’ Compensation Settlement Affect Social Security Disability in Missouri?

If you have been injured on the job, you may have filed a workers’ compensation claim and are in the process of seeking a settlement. This can be a great step in getting the compensation you need to recover. However, if you also collect social security disability benefits, you may have questions. A workers’ compensation settlement provides valuable compensation...

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Personal Injury

Is Arkansas a No-Fault State?

One of the most common questions Arkansas drivers have is whether Arkansas is a no-fault insurance state. The short answer is that Arkansas is not a no-fault state. Arkansas requires insurance companies to offer no-fault insurance as an add-on. But it is not a no-fault state because it does not limit your ability to sue an at-fault driver following...

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Personal Injury

What Is the Arkansas Statute of Limitations for Personal Injury Claims?

After suffering injuries in an accident or at the hands of another, you may be considering filing a lawsuit. Lawsuits are subject to statutes of limitations. If you are contemplating legal action, don’t wait—contact an Arkansas personal injury attorney today. We’ll take care of everything else. Submit the short form below to schedule a consultation. What Is a Statute...

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Car Accidents

What if I Wreck My Leased Car in Joplin, Missouri?

One of the common reasons people choose the leasing option when purchasing a new car is the ability to trade in for a newer vehicle for less money than buying a brand new car. There are certainly pros and cons involved in leasing a vehicle.But if you ultimately choose this option, be sure to read the fine print before...

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Car Accidents

What is a Phantom Vehicle Claim in Arkansas?

Nothing can be worse than being involved in an automobile accident, except possibly when the at-fault driver leaves the scene. Most clients are concerned that automobile insurance will not cover a hit and run or phantom vehicle claim. An even worse situation is when a careless driver runs you off the road and never actually collides with your vehicle....

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