Snow and Ice Auto Accident Lawyers – Kansas Car Wreck Attorneys
Have you been injured in a winter related snow and ice auto accident?
Dangerous driving conditions often play a factor in Kansas car wrecks, whether you were hit by a car spiraling out of control, or sliding on snow or ice, you may be entitled to payment for your injuries. Contact our team of snow and ice auto accident lawyers today to discuss your legal options. The attorneys of Patterson Legal Group, LC are here to assist you.
Snow and Icy Road Conditions Lead to Accidents
Kansas weather is unpredictable and hazardous conditions are common. This does not mean the “rules of the roads” or the rules governing accidents in ice or snowstorms change. If you’ve been injured, why should you be stuck with the bills if you are not responsible for causing the accident? We are committed to helping those who are in this position receive fair and just compensation for snow and ice injury accidents.
One key difference in ice and snow storm accidents, if a serious injury occurs that requires an on-scene investigation, evidence may only be available for a short period of time before it melts away, covered by additional snowfall, or is swept away up by road crews. An attorney who is experienced handling car wreck claims relating to snow and ice is familiar with the special considerations that might be necessary to support your claim. Our clients benefit from the knowledge our team of attorneys have from representing over 2,000 clients in auto accident claims.
Accident rates on highways and roads in Kansas noticeably increase when icy conditions occur. Traffic accidents caused by ice often result in a wide range serious injuries, and in the worst cases death.
What Type of Compensation Am I Entitled To?
At Patterson Legal Group, we have handled auto accident cases for over 20 years, and we understand how these accidents affect our clients and their families. We are committed to work on your behalf to investigate your case, educate you on your legal options, and pick a strategy that best fits your specific needs. You and your doctor can focus on recovery of your health while our team works hard to get you financial recovery for your injuries. If you or a loved one have been injured in a snow and ice auto accident, you may be entitled to compensation for all of your pain and suffering, lost wages, and any future earnings loss, you might have as a result of your ice injury accident. In addition, you may be entitled to have all medical related expenses paid, or if you are uninsured, you may be covered under the insurance policy of another person or vehicle involved in your accident.
What Types of Injuries Can I Receive Compensation For?
Snow and ice auto accident victims are often entitled to compensation for their
pain and suffering for all of the injuries they have suffered, including:
- Broken bones, fractures, strains and sprains
- Neck and back injuries, including herniated or bulging disks
- Head injuries, including brain damage or concussions
- Muscle or soft tissue injuries
- Arm and hand injuries
- Spinal cord injuries
- Psychological, psychiatric and other emotional injuries
- Any other injuries resulting from the accident
In addition, snow and ice auto accident victims are entitled to compensation for unpaid lost wages, any reduction in how much they can earn in the future and, in certain cases, medical expenses that exceed the amount covered by insurance.
What Parts of Kansas do you Cover?
Our firm has two branches in Kansas, located in downtown Wichita, KS and the capital city of Topeka, KS. We also serve clients throughout the state including Salina; Manhattan; Derby; Lawrence; Hutchinson; Dodge City; Garden City; Emporia; Junction City; Liberal; Hays; Pittsburg; Newton; Great Bend; McPherson; El Dorado; Winfield; Andover and Western Kansas. We will visit or conduct investigations throughout Kansas.
How do I Contact Snow and Ice Auto Accident Lawyers?
We handle personal injury and wrongful death suits on a “contingency basis.” This means our firm absorbs all fees and costs until we have successfully secured compensation for your injuries. We do not get paid unless you get paid.