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  • How We Protect You from Frivolous Defenses
    How We Protect You from Frivolous Defenses

    Frivolous is a word too often attributed to personal injury lawsuits. Many people believe our nation has too many lawsuits and believe that most of the cases that are filed are frivolous. In my ...

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  • Attorney Nick Hergott Selected as President-Elect for KCMBA Committee
    Attorney Nick Hergott Selected as President-Elect for KCMBA Committee

    Attorney Nick Hergott has recently been selected as the 2021 President-Elect for the Kansas City Metropolitan Board Association Solo Practitioner/Small Firm Section Committee. "The KCMBA is a great ...

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  • Vote For Us For Best Law Firm: The Pitch’s Best Of KC
    Vote For Us For Best Law Firm: The Pitch’s Best Of KC

    Thanks to your nominations, we made it on The Pitch’s Best of Kansas City 2020 ballot, Kansas City’s longest running Best of KC! The ballot only includes the five law firms who received the most ...

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  • Get Your Missouri Ballot Notarized for Free At Our Office
    Get Your Missouri Ballot Notarized for Free At Our Office

    Free Mail-In and Absentee Ballot Notary During the August primary and November general elections in 2020, Missouri voters are eligible to cast ballots by mail with notarization of the ballot envelope. ...

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  • Celebrating our 6th Anniversary with a Donation to Miracle of Innocence
    Celebrating our 6th Anniversary with a Donation to Miracle of Innocence

    This year we celebrate the 6 th anniversary of the founding of Meyerkord, Russell & Hergott. Normally, we’d celebrate by throwing a party or sending out gifts to close friends and colleagues. But this ...

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  • Celebrating 6 Years This May
    Celebrating 6 Years This May

    May 2020 marks our 6 th anniversary! While this year is a bit (ok, a lot!) different than most, we are still celebrating and want to thank our friends, family, colleagues, and most of all, our ...

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