About the Nash & Franciskato Law Firm
When it comes to personal injury and wrongful deaths, we ARE that trusted, experienced, and proven resource, successfully negotiating and winning multi-million dollar settlements and verdicts for our clients. Experience matters; so does tenacity. You will find that Nash & Franciskato lawyers have plenty of both.
Total Commitment to You
Nash & Franciskato Law Firm focuses on the overall consequences of a serious accident, not just how it affects the individuals involved and injured, but the families and survivors as well.
What that means for you is that you are able to focus on healing – from the stress, emotional trauma, physical injuries and medical treatment. Nash & Franciskato handles all the legwork: investigating the circumstances surrounding the accident, documenting all injuries, proving liability and identifying the sources of recovery, removing that burden from your shoulders.
We are your advocates. We work hard to negotiate with insurance companies and other entities to obtain a settlement for you. Should that not happen, we are prepared to take your case to trial.
Our lawyers in Kansas City handle a variety of cases, including:
- Full range of trucking and auto accidents, ranging from low-speed to catastrophic and fatal collisions
- Roadway accidents due to highway defects
- Train accidents due to unsafe conditions at railroad crossings
- Slip and fall accidents, and other types of premises liability cases
- Wide range of actions based on product liability, including defective tires and other vehicle components, industrial and recreational products
- Unsafe or defective medical devices, such as metal-on-metal hip replacements, and dangerous pharmaceuticals that lead to deadly outcomes or have serious side effects
- Over $40 Million combined settlements against manufacturers of defective knee and hip replacements.
- $400,000 Settlement for our client who was driving a truck owned by his employer when he was struck from behind while stopped at a red light.
RECIEVE A FREE EVALUATION
Time can be of the essence. Contact us for a free, no-obligation case evaluation. One of our attorneys will personally talk with you and advise you about taking legal action.
If you have been injured in any kind of an accident, you may not know whether someone else is at fault and who will pay for medical expenses, lost wages or the impacts of a wrongful death.
The best thing to do is speak with one of our attorneys who know the laws regarding personal injuries and wrongful death cases. He or she can advise you on the law, statutes of limitations, what you will need to do and just as importantly what you should NOT do.
At Nash & Franciskato, we will talk with you at no charge to determine if legal action is the best course to take.
You need a lawyer with experience in personal injuries and wrongful deaths, one who focuses solely in this area of the legal profession.
It is always good to meet face-to-face with the attorneys you are considering. If that is not possible, conduct an interview over the telephone. At Nash & Franciskato you will always receive personal attention from our attorneys and staff.
At Nash & Franciskato, you do not have to be concerned about up-front costs, fast-mounting attorney’s fees, or case expenses. We handle personal injury and wrongful death cases on a contingency basis — that means you pay no fees unless we succeed in obtaining financial compensation in your case.
In fact, when we investigate a case to evaluate it, we do so at our expense so that we can advise you based on the strength and merits of your case.
There are a number of questions you should ask when talking with a lawyer to represent you.
- Does the firm work on a contingent fee basis?
- Does the firm have experience in personal injury law?
- How long has the law firm been practicing personal injury law?
- What is the firm’s success rate?
- Do other law firms refer cases to the firm?
- Does the law firm have the time and resources needed to work on your case?
- Who will be the attorney that will represent you and what staff will be involved?
Read more about why these questions are important in your decision-making process.