Most lawyers or law firms now purport to represent injured victims in auto accident and personal injury cases, creating a vast sea of Lawrence lawyers to choose from when it comes to car accident law. What the average Kansan may not realize, though, is that these lawyers also represent clients in many other areas including wills and estates, criminal law, divorce and child custody, or even insurance practice and insurance defense. Attorneys who represent auto accident victims and insurance companies work on both sides of the proverbial fence, serving insurance companies in one case, and injury victims in the other. There has been heavy criticism of “serving two masters” (albeit different cases) due to the concern that active insurance defense attorneys will be perceived as beholden to insurance companies, who often make up a significant portion of the insurance defense lawyer’s practice.
Our Lawrence Lawyers only focus on your rights
Call your Lawrence Injury Firm today at 877-768-2400 if you want an injury lawyer who is unequivocally dedicated to YOUR interests as an accident victim. Mann, Wyatt & Tanksley is SOLELY dedicated to the rights of injured victims. All of our attorneys have significant experience in the earlier parts of their careers representing insurance companies and defendants in auto accident cases. We only use this prior experience to benefit our injury victim clients through our acute knowledge of how the claims are defended and analyzed by the other side. You’ll see how we built our reputation; not on advertising or insurance practice, but high-caliber client service for Kansas personal injury and auto accident victims. Our consultation is free and the fees are only based on a contingency—if we win for you.
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Our law firm was founded in 1999 by attorney Scott Mann. With more than 50 combined years of trial and litigation experience, we are one of the Midwest’s most qualified firms practicing exclusively in personal injury, including car accidents, truck accidents, wrongful death, and workers’ compensation.