Our passion is for helping others and it remains our greatest inspiration in the legal field. At Mann, Wyatt & Tanksley, the needs of the client are the most important thing. This fellowship also extends to our entire legal team. Everyone joins forces and uses their many talents for the overall good of a case. Jake Wells does his part by helping our Kansas City attorney Mike Wyatt with every aspect of the case.
“I help put together all the information Mike needs to successfully build a case that best serves the client,” explains Jake. “These might be medical records, testimonials, details of the accident, and statements from law enforcement or witnesses.”
There’s nothing Jake enjoys more than making a positive difference in the lives of clients, and talking with them one-on-one. Along with Mike, Jake takes away the legal stress from the client, so they can focus on making a full recovery. Victims of accident injuries need as much help as possible getting their lives back on track.
Please contact our Kansas City attorneys if you’re been injured in an accident. We are ready to serve your case!
“I like being part of the legal process from the beginning, and getting to know clients on a personal level,” Jake says. “I get to meet clients face-to-face and develop a personal relationship through our interactions. I like giving them good news about their case and recovery.”
The personable law approach of our Kansas City attorneys also appeals to Jake. Each client is an individual and we treat them with the respect of a friend. We keep the lines of communication open during the entire process, and clients never have to speculate the progress of their case. “Mann, Wyatt & Tanksley provides faith-based care for our clients,” Jake says. “People are getting helped, not taken advantage of.”
The family atmosphere of Mann, Wyatt & Tanksley also appeals to Jake. “It’s a great group of people working together to achieve a unified goal,” Jake says. “I’ve been with Mann, Wyatt & Tanksley a little over a year, and they’ve all made me feel like part of the family.”