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Salchow Law Firm

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Offices serving the Kansas City, Springfield, and Joplin areas.

Don't Delay - Contact our Kansas City, Joplin, or Springfield, Missouri, Personal Injury Attorney Today

If you do not file your case within a certain amount of time, you may lose your right to recover damages under the laws of Missouri. Our personal injury attorneys can help you understand these laws, called "statutes of limitations," and make sure that your case is filed on time.

Please be advised that there are statutes of limitations with respect to making and filing claims involving personal injury and wrongful death. This means that if you do not bring your claim within a specific time limited by law that you may forever lose your rights to do so regardless of the merits of your case. There are many factors that are important in determining the correct statute of limitations for each case. Every situation is different. The statute of limitations will vary from state to state and will also vary for each type of case. For example, there can be very short notice requirements in some jurisdictions against certain defendants such as governmental entities. This may include cities, counties, states and institutions, or property owned or run by the governmental entities. There may also be different statutes of limitations for different individuals such as children and incapacitated or disabled adults. Determining the correct statute of limitations requires a thorough investigation and thoughtful analysis of each individual case by experienced personal injury attorneys. For your protection, our Missouri personal injury attorneys do not give advice regarding the statute of limitations over the internet. For your protection, we only give advice regarding the statute of limitations if we have personally met with you and have been retained to represent you.

We strongly advise you to contact our office in Kansas City, Joplin, or Springfield, Missouri, and speak with our personal injury attorneys immediately to obtain advice regarding the statute of limitations in your particular case. If you do not act in time you will lose your right to do so.



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To contact us:

Salchow Law Firm
110 N. Main
Webb City, MO 64870

Phone: 816-505-3130     417-673-0015
Fax: 417-673-2776

Email: tsalchow@cableone.net