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Our law firm represents those who have suffered personal injuries or have lost a loved one due to the negligent actions of another. We specialize in personal injury trial litigation and focus our attention on those we represent.
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Month: December 2014

How Much Do Personal Injury Lawyers Charge if You’ve Been Injured?

|Posted on December 23, 2014 in Personal Injury |

How Much Do Personal Injury Lawyers Charge? People who have been injured in an accident are often hesitant to contact an attorney because they are afraid they won’t be able to afford the fees. This should not be a concern, however, because most personal injury attorneys will handle your case on a contingency fee basis. A contingency… read more

Icy Roads Cause Car Accidents and Car Wrecks Mean You Many Need a Lawyer

|Posted on December 10, 2014 in Car Accident,Dangerous Drugs,Personal Injury |

Icy Roads are a Winter Hazard Nearly one-fourth of all traffic accidents are weather-related. With winter approaching, it is a good time to discuss the dangers of driving on ice and snow. Even though the Midwest has experienced a relatively mild winter thus far, there have already been a number of traffic deaths caused by… read more

Jessica Agnelly Krawczyk Joins Wendt Law Firm P.C.; Grows Personal Injury Practice

|Posted on December 4, 2014 in Firm News |

Wendt Law Firm P.C., a leading personal injury law firm, announced today it has hired Jessica Agnelly Krawczyk to join their legal practice in Kansas City, Missouri. Formerly with a nationally recognized products liability firm, Ms. Agnelly Krawczyk has spent her career representing individuals who have been injured by defective products and pharmaceuticals and the… read more