Kansas Accident and Injury Laws
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A large portion of the civil cases heard in state courthouses, including those in Kansas, involve accident and injury claims. FindLaw's section on Kansas accident and injury laws provides in-depth information pertaining to what to do and what to expect following a car accident, including the process for settling an accident claim. In addition, you'll find information about workers' compensation laws, how Kansas courts determine negligence, the meaning of "pain and suffering" damages and how they're calculated, and an overview of the state's civil statute of limitations which imposes time limits on filing claims. To learn more about Kansas accident and injury law, click on one of the links below.
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