Experienced Personal Injury Attorneys Who Deliver Results
A lifelong resident of the Kansas City area, Dean has been practicing in the area of civil litigation since 1993, including trucking, highway defects and railroad accidents, personal injury and wrongful death cases, employment litigation, and product liability. Learn More
An accomplished litigator and recognized by Super Lawyers® for ten years, Brian represents plaintiffs in the Kansas City and surrounding areas with personal injury and wrongful death claims, and handles mass tort cases involving medical devices and pharmaceuticals on a nationwide level. Learn More
As Of Counsel for Nash & Franciskato, Randy has been practicing civil trial law for 30+ years, primarily in the areas of catastrophic personal injury and death cases with an emphasis on consumer products liability and premises liability. Learn More
We have an excellent track record of obtaining sizeable settlements through mediation and arbitration, as well as verdicts at trial. No case is too complex and no adversary too big!
Leveraging decades of experience with both plaintiff and defense work, we aggressively pursue compensation for you and your family. You will find we:
- Apply extensive direct experience and tap the expertise of professional investigators to establish negligence and liability
- Interview all treating physicians and hire additional medical specialists as needed to support and substantiate your case
- Assemble and effectively manage evidence, including video testimony and extensive medical records
- Put our full resources to work for you in mediation, arbitration or the courtroom; whatever it takes to earn a settlement or verdict for you
Personal, One-on-One Service
The Nash & Franciskato Law Firm has the technology and resources of a much larger firm; however, our smaller size enables our attorneys and staff to work one-on-one with you, providing caring, personal service every step of the way.
You, the victim, are our top priority. While every case is different, during a no-cost initial consultation, together we will review the details of your case and determine the best legal strategy.
RECEIVE A FREE EVALUATION
When you need experienced counsel and an overview of your legal options, contact us for a free, no-obligation evaluation of your case.
For an initial consultation of your case, bring copies of police reports regarding traffic or vehicular accidents, and photographs of damage and the injuries sustained. Our staff will request your medical records for review.
In general, a Release means you give up the right to seek any further recovery from the individual or corporation released.
Example: If you settle your personal injury case, you will be required to sign a Release against the defendant agreeing not to take any further action against him or her. In return, the defendant pays you an agreed-upon settlement amount.
Bottom line; NEVER sign a Release unless your attorney has reviewed it first. He or she will advise you on the action to take.
Just like with a Release, NEVER sign any documents without your attorney’s advice. If you sign documents such as these, the insurance company may also be able to get your private medical records or bills and even talk with your doctor.
You should hire an attorney as soon as possible, especially if severe injuries or a wrongful death is involved. Evidence disappears and details are forgotten, which may leave nothing left to help prove your case.
Your time for filing a claim is limited by law, which is another important reason to consult and retain a lawyer as soon after the event as possible. An experienced personal injury lawyer can advise you on the applicable statute of limitations.
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.