Kansas law has long recognized causes of action for negligent hiring and negligent retention. Negligent hiring and retention run in a similar vein and create liability for an employer for injuries to a third party which result from “the unfitness or incompetence of the employee.”
If you have suffered an injury, either physically or psychologically, that was caused by the negligence of another person or business, you have a right to compensation for the injury.
Insurers are denying business interruption claims related to COVID-19 for a number of reasons, citing policy language that excludes coverage for “natural disasters” and “acts of God”.
Personal injury attorneys charge a contingency fee for their work. That means their fee is a percentage of what they are able to recover for their clients – usually between 30% or 40% depending on a number of factors.
Halloween is an exciting holiday for both children and adults. Dressing up in costumes, collecting candy, and attending parties are just a few of the events most look forward to for the occasion.
Biesterveld & Crook, LLC recently hit the multi-million dollar mark in client compensations, a significant milestone for a 2-year old Overland Park-based firm advocating for injury victims.
With the transition to a fully digital office, the law firm of Biesterveld & Crook needed to find a new home for their office dry erase boards.
Prosecuting an injury claim requires expert knowledge of tort and insurance law. There are many pitfalls for an injury victim trying to navigate the claims process alone.
Attorneys Caleb Biesterveld and Dustin Crook Selected to Super Lawyers Rising Stars List for Second Straight Year
Caleb Biesterveld and Dustin Crook were selected to the 2019 Missouri and Kansas Super Lawyers Rising Stars list.
Taking notes in a journal can be incredibly helpful in ensuring you receive maximum compensation for your injury claim. Why? Injury claims can take anywhere from a few months to a couple years.