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Dually Licensed Law Firm In Missouri And Kansas Woods Law KC
Woods Law KC is a law firm located in Lee's Summit, Missouri and is dually licensed in both Missouri and Kansas to practice law in all of the state courts in Missouri and Kansas. This includes federal courts in the Western District of Missouri, District of Kansas, Supreme Courts and the Courts of Appeal in Kansas and Missouri. Our law firm is also admitted to practice in over 30 different jurisdictions throughout the United States and also has experience in working in the United States Courts of Appeal for the Second and Tenth Circuits and appellate courts in other states.
We will take the guesswork and confusion out of dealing with insurance companies and bill collectors in your lawsuit. We are dedicated and strong advocates for our client's interests, and we will aggressively work to make sure you are fairly and adequately compensated. Your best interests will always be a top priority for us when we are working on your behalf.
AREAS OF PRACTICE:
For the first several years of our practice, we represented individuals injured by defective products. Over the years we have expanded our practice to include the areas of:
- Car accidents
- Truck accidents
- Motorcycle accidents
- Slip-and-fall accidents
- Medical negligence
- Product liability
- Premises liability
- Traumatic brain injuries
- Spinal cord injuries
- Wrongful death
- Individuals injured by defective products
WE DO NOT GET PAID UNTIL YOU WIN
Any attorney fees we collect are contingent upon the successful outcome of your case. As our client, you do not pay any attorney fees unless and until we win the case and collect monetary damages on your behalf.
Our law firm has successfully represented and obtained substantial settlements for our clients against several large companies such as The Goodyear Tire and Rubber Company, American Family Insurance, Waste Management Incorporated, The Firestone Tire and Rubber Company, General Motors, State Farm Insurance Company, Travelers Insurance Company, Liberty Mutual Insurance Company and Rock Bottom Restaurants, among others.
We are currently a member of the Missouri Association of Trial Attorneys and the Kansas Association for Justice. Due to settlements or verdicts we received that exceed $1,000,000, we are also a member of the Million Dollar Advocates Forum. We also received the highest possible rating as a lawyer, an AV Preeminent rating, in the National Martindale-Hubbell survey of attorneys and judges which attests to a lawyer's legal knowledge, analytical capabilities, judgment, communication ability and legal experience.
In 2017, we were voted the National Top 100 Trial Lawyers in Kansas City, The Best Car Accident Attorneys in Kansas City and the 10 Best Law firms for Client Satisfaction.
SEEKING JUSTICE FOR A PERSONAL INJURY OR A WRONGFUL DEATH? CONTACT US NOW AT:
To schedule an appointment for a free consultation, you can visit our website at woodslawkc.com. Our agents are online now for a live chat. Call us at (816) 398-7877. There's no cost or obligation to your call; just know that we are here to provide free legal advice and our professional recommendation after assessing your case details. If we think you have an injury case, we'll offer to represent you. Take your time when comparing law firms- the choice you make is one that will impact your settlement. At Woods Law KC, we want to make certain you receive the most compensation for your injuries.
What if I Receive a Settlement Offer?
The best advice we give to our clients is to never speak with the insurance company from either side of the case. You may have thought you were obligated to respond to their phone calls, email communications, or letters, but your only duty is to relay those forms of communication to your lawyer. When you hire Woods Law KC as your Kansas City personal injury attorney, you'll have peace of mind knowing that we will manage the small details for you while working on the major issues, as well. If you receive a settlement offer, you may be tempted to accept the money to pay off medical bills and household bills. Let us know about the offer and we'll let you know if we can do better in a court of law.
In most instances, an offer is made because the insurance company knows they're going to lose in court. If you accept an offer now, you'll forfeit a larger settlement that could be many times greater than the one you receive out of court.
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