Hire the Right Kansas City Personal Injury Lawyer
After getting injured or losing a loved one in an accident, you will be facing many decisions. The insurance adjuster will pressure you to accept whatever the company offers. You need experienced legal help on your side, but where do you turn?
Individuals and families throughout the Kansas City region and the central plains states have been turning to Shamberg, Johnson & Bergman for skillful, innovative and effective personal injury and wrongful death representation since 1949. We take the time to listen and understand what your case means to you and your family. After all, you are the one whose life is most affected.
Skill in All Types of Injury Cases Throughout the Midwest
You do not have to be rich and famous or powerful to be our client. We represent people from all walks of life — real people with individual and unique legal problems. You just have to know that when you come through our doors, you enter a place where you are important. At our firm, you have a say and will know that victims can prevail.
We focus exclusively on litigation matters such as:
Premises liability and workplace accidents
- Automotive defects
- Dangerous medical devices
- Dangerous pharmaceutical products
- Environmental accidents
- Toxic exposure
Additional Litigation Services
We offer the professional, technical and financial resources to handle the most complex kinds of catastrophic injury claims, including traumatic brain injury and spinal cord injuries. In addition, we have experience handling complex litigation matters involving whistleblower claims and financial fraud.
Free Consultation From Skilled Kansas City Personal Injury Lawyers
Contact our Midwest injury law firm today. Our lawyers represent clients throughout Missouri, Kansas, Iowa, Oklahoma and Nebraska.
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