We're Excited to Welcome a New Attorney to Our Team

We're Excited to Welcome a New Attorney to Our Team

At Sanders.Law, we are excited to welcome our new attorney Ken Crumpler to our team. He is enthusiastic to put his experience to use by working on behalf of injured people and their families at our experienced and reputable personal injury firm.

Attorney Crumpler is a native of Kansas City area and completed his undergraduate studies at Truman State University in 1997. Following graduation, he attended the University of Missouri-Kansas City (UMKC) School of Law and graduated with distinction in 2001. During his time in law school, Crumpler was part of the UMKC Law Review, The Urban Lawyer, from 1998 to 2001.

In 2005, he started out his professional career as one of our personal injury attorneys at Sanders.Law. One of his past cases consisted of successfully taking on powerful insurers on behalf of a car crash client who had suffered severe injuries caused by two hit-and-run motorists, teaching him that insurance companies only look out for their own best interests and injury attorneys are capable of helping families get their lives back on track.

Attorney Crumpler then decided to take a leave of absence from 2012 to 2017 to support his wife’s burgeoning career. Coming back to Sanders.Law in early 2018, he promises to offer effective and experienced legal counsel to all our clients in order to help them obtain the recovery possible.

We believe his skills and knowledge complement our firm’s focus on providing compassionate, client-oriented legal services. His passion and experience in personal injury law are aligned with our goal to continuously protect our client’s rights and best interests.

For more information, contact us at (816) 844-6938 today.


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