Personal Injury Lawyer in Gladstone, Missouri
Gladstone, Missouri is located only 10 minutes from downtown Kansas City, MO. It’s a city in Clay County, but given its proximity to KCMO, it’s considered a suburb of the greater Kansas City metropolitan area.
The City of Gladstone is home to roughly 27,000 people, many of whom commute to jobs in surrounding communities south of the Missouri river. Commonly called “the Northland” by locals, Gladstone is a highly desirable place to live. In fact, it was recently awarded the ETC Institute’s “Leading the Way” award after a survey confirmed resident satisfaction with local governmental services ranked in the Top 10% of all U.S. cities.
However, despite the many benefits to living in Gladstone, injury accidents are all too common across the city. Gladstone police reports show hit and run accidents happen frequently, and given the proximity to surrounding highways, more serious injury accidents involving semi-trucks and speeding drivers are also common. As a personal injury lawyer in Gladstone, Missouri, Donovan Dodrill can help with accidents of all kinds.
No Upfront Costs or Fees
At no up-front cost to you, Plaza Injury Law provides the best legal representation in personal injury and work injury on a contingency fee basis. This means that I do not take a fee until you receive compensation. You will not incur any legal fees or costs for my time and assistance unless I successfully earn you a trial verdict or settlement. Meaning, I have every incentive to maximize your recovery. I adhere to a “Clients First” philosophy, which means that I will do everything in my power to help you receive the justice and compensation you deserve for your injury and we help you get back to normal as quickly as possible.
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