Licensed in Missouri and Kansas

Leave No Stone Unturned

One thing we do in all of our cases is go out of our way to investigate our cases. In fact, finding new ways to gather information is one of my favorite parts of the practice. It prevents us from getting stuck in a rut and from putting our cases into auto-pilot. Finding new ways to gather information also keeps the job interesting. Let me use as an example a scene from one of my favorite shows, Parks and Recreation.

In the scene, Tom Haverford is in court for hitting a fire hydrant while tweeting. He's asked to read his twitter history out loud to the judge and it's a play by play of him driving recklessly and hitting the fire hydrant. It's a funny scene that provides another thing to investigate in car accident cases. Does the negligent driver have a twitter account? Was he or she tweeting at the time of the accident?

Discovering new methods of investigating personal injury cases is one of my favorite parts of the practice. Every case gives me a new idea on investigating and gathering facts and I'm always on the lookout for new ideas. In this age of information, there are always new ways of gathering information. This is true for all personal injury cases.

We pride ourselves on going above and beyond the call of duty when it comes to investigation. If you want to learn more about how we gather information, please do not hesitate to contact us at any time.