Archive for March 2017

March Newsletter 2017

    FACEBOOK LIVE! Have you caught up with us on Facebook Live? Be sure to send in your questions so we can be sure to help you out and answer them! At Accident Recovery Team, we love working hard on cases for our clients. However, that’s not all we do. Our community means a…

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Todd King Live March 2017

  Topics covered: Why do I do what I (we) do? How did we get started here? Insider information about the insurance companies that defend claims.

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Workers Compensation Claim: Oil Field Employee Death

An oil field worker was killed while driving to a remote work site for this workers compensation claim. The insurance company denied the claim, arguing it was not work related since the employee was merely driving to work, which is not covered under Kansas workers’ compensation law. We argued that when travel is an inherent…

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Worker's Compensation: Construction Worker Caught in Machinery

A construction worker suffered life-threatening injuries when the sleeve of his work shirt became entangled in the rotating axle of a water pump, pulling his left arm around the axle and into the machine. His arm was pulled from his body at the shoulder, and he suffered additional serious injuries to his abdomen and chest. We successfully…

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Worker's Compensation Claim: Traumatic Brain Injury of a Teacher

A teacher fell backward from the top of a desk as she stood on it to hang classroom decorations, striking the back of her head. She subsequently experienced frequent headaches, dizziness and nausea, and short-term memory loss. We demonstrated that the injury occurred in the course and scope of her employment as a teacher, and…

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Becoming Naturalized U.S. Citizens

At Accident Recovery Team, we love working hard on cases for our clients. However, that’s not all we do. Our community means a lot to us, and we enjoy being involved and giving back whenever possible. Sometimes, that means working with the legislature in Topeka or even helping community members become U.S. citizens. In fact,…

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Workers Compensation Case: Electrician Ladder Fall

An electrician was working on a ladder against the side of a house in this particular workers compensation case while using a battery-powered drill to install equipment. He had laid the drill on a rung of the ladder above his head while he worked with other tools. The next thing he knew, he was waking up…

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