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KANSAS CITY PERSONAL INJURY ATTORNEYS
The Lawler Firm, LLC is a law firm that specializes in representing people and families who have been seriously injured or who have lost loved ones due to someone else’s negligence. Christopher Lawler, the founder of the firm, has significant trial experience in litigating cases in both state and federal courts. He has represented clients in cases involving trucking accidents, serious car accidents, wrongful death claims, insurance misrepresentation claims, dangerous property claims, defective product claims, and civil rights violations. Chris has tried jury trials in both state and federal courts in the states of Missouri and Kansas.
The Lawler Firm prides itself on the principle that each client is its most important client, and Chris gets to know each client on a personal level before he even agrees to take their case. He believes that you cannot properly represent a person or a family if you don’t truly get to know them. The Lawler Firm, LLC accepts referrals from other attorneys, and also does co-counsel agreements with other attorneys. If you have been injured or lost a family member because of corporate or personal negligence or wrong doing, please contact The Lawler Firm at (816) 912-4700 or by email at email@example.com.
POSTED 9:54 PM, DECEMBER 27, 2014, BY MOLLY BALKENBUSH, KASEY BABBITT AND MEGAN DILLARD of Fox 4 News, UPDATED AT 06:27AM, DECEMBER 29, 2014 KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Five people are dead, including three children and one teen, following an accident involving a semi-truck on I-435 and Eastwood Trafficway Saturday night. Due to the accident, the interstate was closed down for …
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