KANSAS CITY PERSONAL INJURY ATTORNEY
STANDING UP FOR PERSONAL INJURY VICTIMS IN KANSAS CITY
At Sanders.Law, we provide clients with the resources and professionalism of a large firm, combined with the personal attention found in small businesses. Our personal injury lawyers in Kansas City, MO are dedicated to holding negligent parties accountable for their actions and helping their victims find justice.
We empathize with our clients’ problems and pursue their cases with their best interests in mind, working to hold wrongdoers responsible. We don’t represent drunk drivers. We sue drunk drivers.
WHAT JUSTICE MEANS AT SANDERS.LAW
Here, justice means more than giving clients a fair stake in court. We do not just want their voices heard, we want the court to recognize the gravity of their situation and force the liable parties to acknowledge their role in the injury.
These lawsuits are serious, particularly when they pertain to catastrophic injuries and wrongful deaths. By forcing negligent parties to make their actions public, we contribute to public awareness of these preventable accidents and discourage others from making the same mistake.
Our work in deterring future Kansas City injuries is just as important as finding justice for victims of car crashes and other catastrophes in Kansas City.
Hear from Our Clients!
Our former clients speak out about how our injury lawyer at Sanders.Law has helped them recover following their accident.
For more client stories, visit our Video Testimonials page.
TYPES OF DAMAGES IN PERSONAL INJURY CLAIMS
If your injury was caused by another’s negligence, you may be able to recover compensation for the following in a personal injury claim settlement:
- General Damages – Including pain and suffering, impairment or disfigurement, loss of companionship and lowered quality of life.
- Special Damages – Damaged property, medical expenses and lost wages or future income.
- Punitive Damages – If your injury was caused by a particularly egregious act of negligence, punitive damages may be pursued as a means of punishing the guilty party.
While many states enforce damage caps (limits on how much compensation can be obtained in a personal injury lawsuit), Missouri does not have any caps.
Our Kansas City injury attorneys are prepared to get you maximum compensation. Call us today and see how we can help you.