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Other Resources to Help Your Kansas City Personal Injury Case

Kansas City workers’ compensation and personal injury law can be overwhelming and difficult to understand. The lawyers at Castle Law have put together a resource of outside information to help you stay informed. Find out the latest happenings and get the information you need to understand details behind your case.

Car Accidents

  • Kansas City Department of Transportation:

    To help prevent a collision it is important to be aware of new driver laws and areas where there is roadway construction. The Kansas City Department of Transportation offers important and regularly updated information to drivers.

  • United States Department of Transportation:

    When you are involved in a collision with a truck, you may need to access information using the U.S. Department of Transportation number. This website serves as a great resource for information regarding semi-trucks and other vehicles that frequently travel from state to state.

Truck Crashes

  • Kansas City Department of Transportation:

    To help prevent a collision it is important to be alert to new driver laws and roadway construction zones. The Kansas City Department of Transportation offers important and regularly updated information to drivers.

  • United States Department of Transportation:

    When you are involved in a collision with a truck, you may need to access information using the U.S. Department of Transportation number. This website serves as a great resource for information regarding semi-trucks and other vehicles that frequently travel from state to state.

Workers' Comp

Slip and Fall

  • The Healthy Facilities Institute:

    The Healthy Facilities Institute is a non-profit organization that helps building and business owners to prevent slip and fall accidents in their establishment. This website has a wealth of tips and resources that can help protect clientele and prevent an unnecessary lawsuit.

Drug Injuries

  • Federal Food and Drug Association:

    When it comes to dangerous drugs, you may need more information on other lawsuits being filed by people across the country with bad reactions to medication. The FDA website has a wealth of resources on these and other cases.

  • U.S. Food and Drug Administration: Drugs:

    When it comes to dangerous drugs, you may need more information on other lawsuits being filed by people across the country with bad reactions to medication. The FDA website has a wealth of resources on these and other pharmaceutical issues.

General

  • Filing for Bankruptcy: What to Know:

    If you plan to file for bankruptcy protection, you must get credit counseling from a government-approved organization within 180 days before you file. You also have to complete a debtor education course before your debts can be discharged.

  • FTC Consumer Alert on Fake Debt Collectors:

    The Federal Trade Commission (FTC), the nation's consumer protection agency, is warning consumers to be on the alert for scam artists posing as debt collectors. They offer a list of ways to make sure a creditor is not scamming you and provide links for reporting fraudulent or deceptive creditor activity.

  • Kansas Bar Association:

    The Kansas Bar Association is the largest organization in the state devoted to advancing the practice of law and improving the legal system in Kansas. The KBA is also a voluntary membership organization – in Kansas, a lawyer doesn’t have to join the bar association to practice law. So everything KBA does relies on the expertise and efforts of members, all of whom join the KBA because they believe in advancing the practice of law, preserving the rule of law, and providing equal justice for all in Kansas.

  • Kansas City Dog Bite Help Through Animal Control:

    If you've been injured in a dog bite in Kansas City, or if you want to prevent a Kansas City dog attack, Animal Control can help.



    They accept calls abut threatening animals and try to make sure neighborhoods stay safe from nuisances.



    If you need to report a dangerous dog in Kansas City, you can call the Police Emergency Communication Center at 913-596-3000 or 911 at night, on weekends, or on holidays.



    As part of the Kansas City police force, Animal Control will investigate the problem and even remove the animal if needed.



    When you call, be prepared to give a description of the animal(s) causing the problem, a description of the problem, and your name, address and phone number. If you have the owner's name and address too, that can help make Animal Control's job easier.



    Please also remember that irresponsible ownership and inhumane treatment of animals are typically what lead to Kansas City dog bite incidents. Sadly, these animals would probably never be vicious with proper training and care. When they've been neglected or abused, though, they can become defensive and very dangerous.



    If you've been injured in a dog attack in Kansas City, contact Animal Control and report the incident as soon as you've received medical attention. Then contact us. Our Kansas City personal injury attorneys help victims of dog bites to receive compensation for the tragic consequences of dog attacks.

  • Means Test from the United States Court:

    When you file for Chapter 7 bankruptcy, you will be required to fill out a means test. This is done to help prevent people with higher income levels from filing for Chapter 7 bankruptcy.

  • Missouri Bar Association:

     The Missouri Bar is the statewide organization that all Missouri lawyers must belong to if they practice law. It is considered an instrumentality of the state, not a private association nor a state agency. Its mission is to improve the legal profession, the administration of justice, and law on behalf of the public.

  • U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the District of Kansas:

    When you are ready to file bankruptcy in Kansas, your case will go through the United States Bankruptcy Court for the District of Kansas. This site tracks the Court’s current schedule, and provides tips and forms for bankruptcy proceedings.

  • U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Western District of Missouri:

    When you are ready to file bankruptcy in Missouri, your case will go through the United States Bankruptcy Court for the Western District of Missouri. This site tracks the Court’s current schedule, and provides tips and forms for bankruptcy proceedings.

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