We will always protect your interests and guide you in the right direction. We would be happy to answer any additional questions that you may have. We are ready to help.

We are the Lawyer’s Lawyer. 90% of our cases are referred to us by other lawyers who have confidence that we can do the job and do it right.

We like to take a “good” case and make it into a “great” case. To do that, we are selective. We can quickly analyze the case and let you know if it fits our program. Even if we don’t take the case, we can refer you to a good lawyer. We are always happy to help.

The short answer is YES! We have handled cases all over the country. Truck cases are covered largely by Federal laws and are similar in every state. Sometimes we engage local attorneys to help us. This cost is included in our fee agreement and comes at no charge to you.

The initial consultation is always free. We partner with the client for a percentage of the recovery. If there is no recovery, you will pay no fee. You will never get a bill from us. We settle up at the end of the case. This is called a contingency fee basis and this assures you as the client, that we are working our hardest for you!

We are a small firm because we want to take cases and be certain that we can give each case our utmost attention. Working in a smaller setting, you can rest assured that your attorney will be involved in every aspect of your case.

Our attorneys help individuals or families through the medical and legal issues that arise when a person is seriously injured or killed due to the fault of another. While the most common examples of personal injury cases involve car, truck and motorcycle wrecks, we also handle accidents caused by fire, electrocution or unsafe conditions. If you have a question as to whether you have a case, give us a call today. An attorney will review your case and let you know whether or not you have any legal basis for filing a personal injury lawsuit.

Semi trucks are subject to complicated safety rules. Knowledge of these rules require a focused study of the law. We’ve dedicated our practice to this specialty and become experts at handling such cases.

We don’t just handle these cases, we specialize in them. Dodge City Kansas is in the middle of trucking country with thousands of trucks in-and-out of Dodge City every single day. We take cases in every county in Kansas and across the Midwest.

We have tried and settled multi-million dollar cases. We can provide references upon request.

We don’t know if we can take your case until we talk with you and evaluate your case. First consultations are always free. We will only take a case if we feel 100% confident that we can handle it. YOU decide if you want us to take the case.

We will take a case, large or small, if we think we can help. When we receive a call regarding a potential case, we must review the information to ensure that the size of the case will justify our time commitment. When we agree to take a case, we see it through to conclusion and attempt to maximize recovery for your financial, emotional and physical strains.

Choosing the right attorney is an important decision. We are experienced attorneys with a strong reputation and we take cases only if we believe we can help. We strongly encourage you to do your research; you should feel good about a law firm’s experience, track record and reputation in the legal community. Schedule a consultation with us. You will see firsthand that we practice law skillfully and ethically and our clients are paramount to our practice and we will treat you as such. Your case becomes OUR case. We won’t promise what we can’t deliver.

Every case is different and an experienced lawyer will be able to give you a general guideline as to how long your case may take to resolve. Generally speaking, the more complex the case, the longer it can take. Many disputed issues can play into the time line of your case. On average, a case takes about two years from beginning to end.

We will keep you well informed of all major happenings in your case. In some instances, meetings are important but we do communicate as much as possible by phone, email or text messaging. When we agree to take your case, we will also agree upon the best method of communication for both parties.