Kansas Personal Injury Lawyers - Canadians Involved in Car Accidents In Kansas

When Dorothy and Toto flew away to OZ, her main wish was always to return home. And for good reason, Kansas has a lot to offer!

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Kansas is a very beautiful, but very flat state. Known as the Sunflower State, that is much to see and do there. It is rooted in agriculture, so on your travels you’ll see lots of large corn and wheat fields, along with tall grass prairies.

You can catch a race at the Kansas Speedway or visit the Evel Knievel Museum if action is your thing! There is also many preserved historical areas from when Buffalo Bill visited in the 1800s, including Boot Hill.  There are many beautiful gardens, parks, zoos, libraries, museums and more to fill your days visiting.

Unfortunately, while adventuring some snowbirds will be injured in a Kansas car accident and will need to consult with a personal injury lawyer.

What Should You Do If You’re Involved in A Car Accident In Kansas

Your top priority is always the health and safety of you and your family. Be sure to seek out medical attention immediately.

  • Make sure the police are contacted.
  • If possible, take a picture of the other driver’s licence and insurance, and a picture of the licence plate.
  • Call your insurance company and report the accident.
  • Contact the Snowbird Helpline as soon as possible for advice.

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Car Accidents In Kansas

In Kansas, car insurance is required.  The minimum coverage limits are as follows:

  • $25,000 for injury or death of one person in an accident
  • $50,000 for injury or death of two or more people in an accident
  • $10,000 for property damage in an accident

If you are involved in a car accident in Kansas, it’s important to know that the state follows a “fault” system. This means that the driver who caused the accident is financially responsible for any damages or injuries that result from the accident. If you are not at fault for the accident, then you may be able to recover damages from the other driver.

If you wish to sue for damages, you will need to file a personal injury lawsuit. The statute of limitations for personal injury cases in Kansas is two (2) years from the date of the accident. This means that you have two (2) years from the date of the accident to file a lawsuit for injuries sustained from the accident. If you do not file a lawsuit within this time period, you will most likely be barred from suing for damages related to the accident.

Cross-border car accidents are very complicated.  Especially since each state and province has different rules and laws that apply to car accidents. That’s where Snowbird Accidents comes in!

If You’ve Been Hurt, Snowbird Accidents Can Help!

Since 1981, Snowbird Accidents has been helping seriously injured motorists in both Canada and the US get the treatment and care they need to recover from their injuries and receive compensation for their losses.

We understand it is not only the injured party that may require assistance, but oftentimes loved ones who face significant challenges in trying to help the accident victim.

At Snowbird Accidents we arrange for you to speak to some of the best Kansas personal injury lawyers and attorneys, who are familiar with cross-border accidents. They also work collaboratively with other lawyers and attorneys in various jurisdictions to protect your legal rights and remedies. 

Contact The Snowbird Helpline Today!