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  • Celebrating our 6th Anniversary with a Donation to Miracle of Innocence
    Celebrating our 6th Anniversary with a Donation to Miracle of Innocence

    This year we celebrate the 6 th anniversary of the founding of Meyerkord, Russell & Hergott. Normally, we’d celebrate by throwing a party or sending out gifts to close friends and colleagues. But this ...

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  • Medical Care Options When You Don’t Have Health Insurance
    Medical Care Options When You Don’t Have Health Insurance

    As personal injury lawyers handling cases in the Kansas City area, we’re often asked how someone can get medical care if they’re hurt in a car crash or other personal injury incident, and who will pay ...

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  • The 3 Parts of a Personal Injury Petition
    The 3 Parts of a Personal Injury Petition

    It’s our policy to give every case one chance of settling before we have to file suit. When a personal injury case doesn’t settle pre-suit, we have to file a petition. A petition starts the lawsuit. ...

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  • Getting Back to Normal After the Coronavirus Lockdown
    Getting Back to Normal After the Coronavirus Lockdown

    The lock-down for the Coronavirus pandemic is gradually being lifted and life is getting back to normal (for the most part). At our office, we’re back at full strength (although still following local ...

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  • 3 Tips to Increase the Value of Your Personal Injury Case
    3 Tips to Increase the Value of Your Personal Injury Case

    You’ve been hurt by someone else’s negligence and are seeking money compensation from her, his, or its insurance company. Much of what will be used to prove the other side’s negligence and your ...

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  • When Will Jury Trials Resume in Missouri?
    When Will Jury Trials Resume in Missouri?

    The Missouri Supreme Court’s most recent order for reopening the courthouses took effect on May 16, 2020. As its own branch of government, the Missouri Supreme Court controls the courthouses and ...

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