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What Legal Action Do I Have If I Suffered a Traumatic Brain Injury?

Last year, 1.4 million Americans suffered from a brain injury that may have affected their ability to function in society. These individuals may not be able to work, speak to their loved ones, or remain independent. Those injuries affected more than 1.4 million people. Those injuries affected 1.4 million families.

Read More March 08th, 2021

Who or What Can Be Held Responsible in Personal Injury Cases 

If you were recently injured in Missouri or Kansas and weren’t at fault, contact Woods Law KC. We would be happy to talk to you about a possible personal injury case. 
Teaching you all the elements of a personal injury case is beyond the scope of this blog, but one thing that needs to be proven in each case is that the negligent party breached his or her duty to another person.

Read More February 01st, 2021

Cold Weather Injuries

While some of us can perform our jobs in the comfort of our own homes, others are not so lucky. Because of our crazy weather patterns, Kansas Citians who have to work outside as a part of their duties have to contend with a wide range of weather.

Read More January 26th, 2021

How to Travel This Holiday Season Safely

Most years, the worst you have to worry about when traveling for the holidays is being prepared for lousy weather and your aunt’s fruitcake. The holiday season of 2020 has brought additional concerns about driving to Grandma’s. In fact, health experts have advised us to simply stay home.

Read More December 08th, 2020
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