Kansas City Injury Attorney, Larry LaVigne II…

If You Have Been Injured, Larry Does It:

Kansas City Car Accidents:  Have you been involved in a car accident? You may be able to recover money for your injuries, property damage, or noneconomic damages such as emotional pain and suffering.  Accidents, such as car accidents, are the fourth leading cause of death in the United States, according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Car accidents can be minor, causing whiplash and cuts only, or be major, resulting in permanent disability, disfigurement, or death.  Auto accidents can involve much more than simply going through the claims process with an insurance company.  If your accident involved a tire defect, there is a possibility you could sue the tire manufacturer.  If your accident involved a commercial vehicle like a semi-truck, you could potentially sue the trucking company.  Talk with Larry.  He will analyze your claim and give you your best options.

Kansas City Semi-Truck Accidents:  The sheer size and weight of trucks compared to other vehicles on the road can quickly spell disaster. The injuries and damages arising out of trucking accidents is often very severe.  Larry understands that truck accidents require entirely unique fact findings and discoveries, beginning with truck ownership, employee-contractor status, negligent hiring, log book infractions, sleep deprivation, drug issues and similarly directed inquiries. You can rely on the Larry to help you obtain the compensation that you deserve. 

Kansas City Motorcycle Accidents:  Motorcycle accidents can lead to very serious injuries, sometimes resulting in permanent complications. This is often because motorcycles do not have the safety features found in a car—such as seat belts and air bags. They are lighter and smaller than other vehicles, are more vulnerable to unfavorable weather conditions, and they can be difficult for other drivers to see, especially when in a "blind spot."  Motorcycle accidents have a higher probability of being fatal relative to other types of vehicular accidents. Helmets and protective clothing are all that stands between a rider and another vehicle.

Kansas City Falling Injuries – Premises Liability:  One way that responsibility is determined in Missouri is the level of duty a property owner owes the victim. There are three types of visitors on Missouri properties:

These distinctions are important to make because someone who is legally on a property is more likely to be able to obtain money for any fall injuries suffered.  Talk with Larry today and he can guide you through this analysis and provide you your best options.

Kansas City Nursing Home Abuse and Neglect:  Unfortunately, senior citizens are often taken advantage of, neglected, and abused. Even more unfortunate is the fact that the people doing the harm are often close friends, caretakers or relatives of the victim.  Sometimes the signs of elder abuse are subtle and can easily slip under the radar.  Some of the best indicators that something is going wrong can be changes in the senior’s behavior or appearance.  Strange banking activity, sudden transfers of assets or deeds, or sudden changes in the planning of an elderly person’s estate could also suggest he or she is being abused by a caregiver.  Larry can review the signs with you and investigate further to see if you have a claim.

Kansas City Medical Malpractice:  Medical malpractice refers to treatment by a physician, nurse, healthcare provider, or hospital that breaches the standard of medical practice.  When such treatment injures or kills a patient, the patient or the patient's family members must file a medical malpractice claim or lawsuit to recover compensation for their injuries or losses.  To win a medical malpractice claim, the patient must show that the nurse, doctor, or hospital "breached the standard of medical practice."  This generally requires expert witnesses who are experienced in the same practice area as the healthcare provider. The expert witness must testify about the standard of practice and whether the provider met that standard.  Call Larry today for a free case evaluation.

Kansas City Product Liability – Defective and Dangerous Products:  Consumer safety is the responsibility of engineers, manufacturers, distributors, retailers, wholesalers, or leasers, and any or all may be held accountable if a product harms a consumer and they are at fault. When a product has become defective or is mismanaged through improper labeling or distribution, there may be grounds for a product liability lawsuit.  Building a product liability case usually requires complex investigation and analysis by technical specialists and is a challenging area of personal injury litigation.  Thorough examination of underlying defects and causes assists Larry’s effectiveness in proving liability.  If you think you have been injured by a defective or dangerous product, give Larry a call today.

Kansas City Injury Attorney, Including the Following Areas:

Camden Point, Dearborn, East Leavenworth, Edgerton, Farley, Ferrelview, Houston Lake, Iatan, Lake Waukomis, Northmoor, Parkville, Platte City, Platte Woods, Ridgely, Riverside, Tracy, Waldron, Weatherby Lake, Weston, Blue Springs, Blue Summit, Buckner, Grain Valley, Grandview, Greenwood, Independence, Lake Lotawana, Lake Tapawingo, Lee's Summit, Levasy, Lone Jack, Martin City, Oak Grove, Raytown, River Bend, Sibley, Sugar Creek, Unity Village, Archie, Austin, Baldwin Park, Belton, Cleveland, Creighton, Daugherty, Dayton, Drexel, East Lynne, Freeman, Garden City, Gunn City, Harrisonville, Jaudon, Lake Annette, Lake Winnebago, Loch Lloyd, Martin City, Peculiar, Pleasant Hill, Raymore, Riverview Estates, Strasburg, West Line, Avondale, Birmingham, Claycomo, Ectonville, Excelsior Estates, Excelsior Springs, Gladstone, Glenaire, Holt, Kansas City (KCMO), Kearney, Lawson, Liberty, Missouri City, Mosby, North Kansas City (NKC), Oaks, Oakview, Oakwood, Oakwood Park, Pleasant Valley, Prathersville, Randolph, Smithville and Sugar Creek.

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Kansas City, MO
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