Kansas Accident Forms
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Kansas Statute of Limitations
Kansas has a “statutes of limitations” that set a certain time line for the right of someone to bring a lawsuit. These statutes do not apply to car insurance claims since they require you to make a claim within a reasonable time of the accident, which is typically within a matter of days or even a few weeks. In this state, you will have two years to file a personal injury lawsuit against someone you believe is responsible for the accident. Kansas follows a “no-fault” car insurance law, no matter who’s fault it was that caused the incident it must use your insurance coverage. To get out of the no fault situation, you must exceed your personal injury protection limits and to have suffered a serious injury. The state follows a “comparative fault”, which is for a situation that more than one person is partially, or completely at fault for the accident. Since you can recover against any party that was more at-fault than you for personal injury lawsuit, your damages will be reduced by a percentage that goes along with your share of liability.