Kansas City Car Accident Lawyers
In every car accident, there is evidence beyond the skid marks on the road. Was the negligent driver on a cell phone? Was alcohol involved? Was there any issue with road rage? Facts at the scene are important, of course, but other facts contributing to the driver’s negligence are often the difference in winning your case.
We Know Insurance Defense Company Tactics
At Goza & Honnold, we have the experience and resources to thoroughly investigate car accidents to determine the full extent of insurance liability. Our attorneys are former defense lawyers who know how insurance providers prepare their cases and handle critical evidence. We understand and respect this litigation system and work hard to uncover the evidence to tell your story to the jury.
“Don’t expect an insurance adjustor to offer you a fair settlement initially. Their job is to minimize claims by pointing only to your immediate injury. We work with a network of competent professionals and witnesses to tell your whole story and make sure the full extent of your losses are considered for compensation. ” — Attorney Brad Honnold
Free Consultation ▪ No Attorneys Fees Unless You Recover Money
If you have been involved in an auto accident or other type of motor vehicle accident in Kansas or Missouri, call us toll free at 913.451.3433 or contact our office by e-mail to schedule a free consultation.
We are a trial law firm with extensive experience in cases involving motor vehicle accident injury and wrongful death claims, including:
- Car crash injuries
- Drunk driver accidents
- Truck accidents
- Motorcycle crashes
- ATV and recreational vehicle accidents
- Automotive defects
Our Attorneys Have Earned the Highest AV* Rating by Our Peers
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