Overland Park, KS asked in Personal Injury for Kansas

Q: I need a Overland Park/Kansas City Area personal Injury Attorney that practices in Kansas & Arkansas.

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Tim Akpinar
Tim Akpinar
  • Little Neck, NY

A: An attorney in the jurisdictions you mention would be able to advise best, but your question remains open for a week. Until you reach out to attorneys in the applicable jurisdiction for meaningful guidance, as a general note, a single jurisdiction of admission is generally enough for most personal injury cases. It's possible you have a complex case where your conditions must be fulfilled. Also keep in mind that attorneys can file motions to work with local counsel outside their geographic jurisdiction of admission. The reason I note this is that in some cases, such search parameters based solely on geographic jurisdiction could sometimes limit you from finding skilled trial counsel who are best suited to handle your case. These are only generalities, mentioned without knowing what your matter involves. You could very well have good reasons for seeking both jurisdictions. You could use the tab above, Find-a-Lawyer to search attorney listings by city or region, or you could research law firms on your own. Good luck

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