Kansas is one of several no-fault auto insurance states. Kansas law requires that minimum auto insurance coverage includes not only liability coverage and underinsured/uninsured motorist coverage, but also personal injury protection benefits, commonly referred to as PIP coverage. PIP coverage and no-fault coverage are terms that are often used interchangeably to refer to the benefits
Kansas Car Insurance: What is personal injury protection and what happens if I am in a collision with another motorist who has no auto insurance? With an estimated 10% motorists driving uninsured vehicles on Kansas roads, there is a 1 in 10 chance that if you are in a mishap, the driver of the other
PIP Insurance: What Is It? In Kansas, Personal injury protection coverage, often referred to as PIP or “no-fault” insurance, is required on all Kansas automobile insurance policies unless specifically disclaimed by the policy holder. Personal injury protection is designed to be paid without regard to “fault,” or in legal terms, legal liability. PIP is intended
DeVaughn James Injury Lawyers is the largest personal injury law firm in Kansas. We have offices in Wichita and Topeka where we focus on personal injury cases, such as car accidents, semi-truck accidents, and wrongful death. Every day we help Kansans, just like you, who have suffered an injury through no fault of their own.
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