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Motor Vehicle Accident Lawyers in Kansas City, Missouri

Every time you get behind the wheel in Kansas and Missouri, you are placing your trust in all the others on the roadway to do their part to keep you and your family safe. Unfortunately, many drivers are careless, which can lead to car accidents. Motor vehicle accidents come in many forms, such as those involving passenger vehicles, commercial vehicles and semis, motorcycles, bicycles, pedestrians, and trains.

Injuries from a Kansas City motor vehicle accident can result in hefty medical expenses, lost wages, and in some cases, permanent disability. If you are injured in a motor vehicle accident at no fault of your own, you may have a claim against the at-fault driver’s auto insurance. There are many possible scenarios when it comes to dealing with auto insurance claims. The process can be confusing, and you may not know what steps to take next. The motor vehicle accident attorneys at Kendall Law Group have decades of experience helping individuals and families put their lives back together after suffering serious personal injuries. Our team will take over the claims process, communicate with adjusters and negotiate the best possible settlement for your claim, allowing you to focus on what matters most, medical treatment and getting your life back on track.

Injured in an Accident?

After a motor vehicle accident, it is important to always call the police and make a police report. Without the proper documentation, it will be easier for the at-fault insurance company to deny your claim. If you are injured, you should seek a medical evaluation as soon as possible. Follow the instructions from your doctor and show up to all medical appointments. Communicate to your attorney where and when you have received medical treatment and forward any related medical bills you may receive. For more information on what to do after an auto accident, download our free brochure What to Do After An Auto Accident.

Insurance adjusters are never on your side and typically try to settle your injury claim for less than you deserve. In some cases, insurance companies deny liability, try to make the accident your fault, or downplay the injuries you have sustained. For this reason, it is important to never admit fault and to avoid giving any statements, recorded or written, without first speaking with a Kansas City auto accident attorney.

For more information, download 10 Steps to A Car Wreck Claim.

If you have been seriously injured in a motor vehicle accident, contact the experienced attorneys at Kendall Law Group for a free case evaluation. Call us today at (816) 531-3100.

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