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Statute of Limitations, Are they Useful or Damaging?

Friday, August 12th, 2011

The legal term “statue of limitations” can be complex to understand alone. The statue of limitations signifies the dates, deadlines, and limits as applied to a lawsuit concerning wrongful death or personal injury. The strictly enforced deadlines can determine the usefulness or damage of information and situations pertaining to the case at hand. Attorneys familiar with statues of limitations can be give the client an advantage in the case. Strength is knowledge and extremely useful in a case. Failure to comply within the statue of limitations can damage the possibility of obtaining compensation for your claim. Do not hesitate in obtaining legal counsel. You immediate actions can and will make a difference to the ultimate outcome of your case.

At Hubbard & Kurtz, L.L.P will pride our selves in providing the experience, quality and effective legal services to best represent individual needs. Call today. Failure to comply with initial deadlines does not denote your inability to still receive some compensation. With in each case there are varying arrays of multiple issues you may still be eligible to receive benefits from. Personal injury and wrongful death cases can be extremely detailed containing many smaller lawsuits with in the original lawsuit. The statues of limitations are easily to overlook with out appropriate legal guidance. Even if you are aware of one deadline bypassing do not miss another, let us oversee your case, contest the matters at hand and assist in getting you what you are entitled to under the law. The allotted timelines depending on the issue or wrongful act causing detriment to you or your family does not continue eternal. Immediately hiring an attorney will benefit you.

Kansas’ and Missouri statue of limitations in wrongful death with accrual rule is three years. With the discovery rule negligence and personal injury is an amazing five years. The discovery rule pertains to the time of injury or time the injury should have been discovered. In Kansas medical malpractice limitations is 2 years except for a child under the age of 18 extends to that individuals 20th birthday. In each and every case there may be exceptions allowing extended times as well as limitations and timelines to be more precise. The enormous arrays of personal injury lawsuits each have specific statues of limitations. Retaining our service will remove the burden and stress off of you. We are well aware of all necessary dates and will get the paperwork done for you.

Each lawsuit will require review, investigations and research in order to recover the maximum punitive damages possible. If you have been injured at work or as result of negligence of another it is of utmost important you obtain legal services immediately. Do not let one incident determine your future. You are entitled to compensation. The more time required to research and meet deadline passes each second of each day. Failure to comply with statues of limitations will affect your future and the amount of damages you are entitled to. As wrongful death and personal injury attorneys we will careful go over your case with you and get you what you deserve.

Let the attorneys at Hubbard & Kurtz, L.L.P provide quality, effective legal representation. We have the trial experience to present your case to a judge and jury.

Contact us today to schedule an appointment by calling (816) 472-HOPE(4673) or toll free at (877) 535-1163.Some of our clients find it difficult to make the trip to our law firm. We make house calls and other special arrangements to make sure every client has access to high quality, professional legal service. From our offices in Kansas City, we help clients from throughout the region, including St. Joseph, Independence, Lees Summit, Columbia, Warrensburg, Overland Park, Olathe, Atchison, Lawrence, Topeka, and many more Kansas and Missouri communities.