Our Superb Personal Injury Attorneys have Won Over $75 Million in Verdicts and Settlements for Accident Victims
If you have been injured or have lost a loved one in a serious accident, you may be entitled to financial compensation for your medical expenses, lost income, and reduced earning capacity as well as compensation for the emotional pain and suffering you experienced. It is in your best interest to hire the Kansas City personal injury attorneys at Kuhlman & Lucas, LLC to represent you in your claim for damages.
You cannot trust an insurance company to treat you fairly and you should not have to struggle with the claims process at a time when you ought to be focused on recovering and moving on in life. Your choice in personal injury attorneys for your accident claim may be one of the most important decisions you will ever make, since it will, to a large degree, determine whether or not you are successful in recovering the compensation you deserve.
The Kuhlman & Lucas Difference
The successful personal injury attorneys at Kuhlman & Lucas, LLC are Super Lawyers® recognized and have claimed over $75 million in verdicts and settlements for accident victims. If you’ve been injured, you can trust us to handle your case.
When you hire one of the personal injury attorneys from our firm, you can have confidence in our ability to get the results you deserve. While we always seek to negotiate a fair settlement out of court, we will not hesitate to put our decades of trial experience to work when fighting for the full compensation that our client is due. Throughout the process, we will maintain close contact with you to keep you informed of the latest status of your case.
At Kuhlman & Lucas, we ensure that you receive personal, one-on-one attention from your personal injury attorneys, rather than being treated merely like a file number. Take your first step toward recovering financial compensation now by contacting us for a free consultation. An attorney from our team is ready to meet with you to discuss your case and determine whether you have grounds to pursue legal action, as well as to estimate how much your case may be worth.