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Curtis E. Bolt (10.0 miles)
General Practice
1500 W. 7Th,
Chanute, KS 66720, Neosho County
LAWPOINTS 12
Patrick James Martin (12.3 miles)
General Practice
712 Madison St., P.O. Box 425
Fredonia, KS 66736, Wilson County
LAWPOINTS 12
Rustin Kent Rankin (12.3 miles)
General Practice
Fredonia, KS 66736, Wilson County
LAWPOINTS 12
John K. Chenoweth (12.3 miles)
General Practice
Fredonia, KS 66736, Wilson County
LAWPOINTS 12
Kerry Dale Holyoak (12.3 miles)
General Practice
Fredonia, KS 66736, Wilson County
LAWPOINTS 12
Jill Elaine Chard (12.3 miles)
General Practice
615 Madison, Rm 201
Fredonia, KS 66736, Wilson County
LAWPOINTS 12
David William Rogers (12.3 miles)
General Practice
615 Madison, Room 206
Fredonia, KS 66736, Wilson County

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... ExxonMobil Oil Corporation, formally Mobil Oil Corporation (Mobil), appeals the district court's certification of a class action against it by Mobil's oil and gas lessors of Kansas minerals within the Hugoton Field, or by the successors in interest to such lessors, alleging breach of ...

Several weeks after registering the judgment in Kansas, Hankin garnished US Bank which filed an answer admitting it had possession of funds belonging to GTI in the amount of the judgment. GTI opposed the Kansas garnishment, and at an earlier time in Pennsylvania, ...

... The Kansas Workers Compensation Act does not require a worker to seek or accept such employment. KSA 44-510e(a) contains no requirement that an injured worker make a good-faith effort to seek postinjury employment to mitigate the employer's liability. ...

... On June 10, 2005, Kingsley requested an administrative hearing with the KDR to review this suspension order. A hearing was conducted on March 8, 2006, after which the KDR issued an administrative order affirming the suspension of Kingsley's driver's license. ...