Following a two-and-a-half-week trial, a suburban Kansas City jury sided with KU Medical Center in a Florida man’s lawsuit over complications from a 2019 endoscopy that the plaintiff alleged led to cognitive impairment caused by hypoxia lasting several minutes.
A nurse who said she felt a pull in her back when pushing a 100-pound rolling cart against a wall but kept working for several months was correctly granted permanent total disability benefits, the Supreme Court of Missouri ruled.
A Texas attorney has been accused of using work-related visits to a county jail to smuggle in legal paperwork laced with ecstasy and synthetic marijuana to inmates over the past several months, authorities announced this week.
The nation's top copyright official hasn't yet taken sides. She told The Associated Press she's listening to everyone as her office weighs whether copyright reforms are needed for a new era of generative AI tools that can spit out compelling imagery, music, video and passages of text.
The Kansas Highway Patrol must stop using a tactic known as the “Kansas Two-Step” to detain out-of-state drivers long enough to find a reason to search their vehicles for illegal drugs, a federal judge has ruled.
The Eastern District ruled that 10 cases against TitleMax may proceed, affirming the Jefferson County Circuit Court’s decision to overrule the company’s motion to compel arbitration on loan agreements.
A $1.17 million settlement will compensate the parents of a 20-year-old woman who died in a collision with a 14-year-old boy driving illegally.
A divided federal appeals court on Monday ruled that private individuals and groups such as the NAACP do not have the ability to sue under a key section of the federal Voting Rights Act, a decision that contradicts decades of precedent and could further erode protections under the landmark 1965 law.
Both a liberal group that sought to disqualify Donald Trump and the former president himself on Monday night appealed a Colorado judge's ruling that Trump “engaged in insurrection” on Jan. 6, 2021 but can stay on the state's ballot.
The Supreme Court of Missouri declined on Monday to take two cases in which Republicans sought to reverse appellate court decisions on their efforts to influence 2024 abortion ballot measures.
Bayer must pay a combined $1.56 billion to three individuals who claimed their cancer was caused by the weed killer Roundup, a Missouri jury decided.
A St. Charles County jury awarded $75 million to the mother and father of a young man who died as the result of a police chase.
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- Nurse entitled to disability benefits despite working months after accident, Supreme Court rules
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