Personal Injury

Statute of Limitations for a Minor in Missouri

What is the Statute of Limitations for a Minor in Missouri?

In Missouri, a person is legally considered a minor if they are under 18 years of age. If a minor has an injury claim, the statute of limitations on the claim does not begin until the day the minor turns 21 years of age at which point they have 5 years to file a claim. Thus, a minor with a personal injury claim could wait up to age 26 before filing a claim.

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When to Hire a Personal Injury Lawyer

If you or a loved one has been injured in an accident, you may be asking, “Do I need a personal injury lawyer?” Whether you need a personal injury lawyer for your case will ultimately depend on the unique circumstances of your case. This is because every personal injury claim is different, and whether you need a lawyer depends entirely on your circumstances. You can…

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Kansas Damage Caps

Damage caps are limitations on the amount a plaintiff (the injured party) can recover in a lawsuit. Such limitations are fixed dollar amounts that represent the absolute maximum a plaintiff can recover for one incident, even if a jury decides that their losses are worth more than the maximum amount allowed. The following damages are subject to damage caps in the state of Kansas: Non-economic…



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