Workers Compensation is a specialized area of the law that has its own statutes, administrative law judges and appeals board. Each year changes to the worker’s compensation statute are made and many cases are decided by Administrative Law Judges, the Worker’s Compensation Board of Review, the Kansas Court of Appeals and the Kansas Supreme. Staying abreast of these constant changes requires a full time commitment to the practice of worker’s compensation law.
I am fortunate to have the volume of cases necessary to specialize in Workers Compensation Law. Having handled thousands of cases over my 27-year career, I have tried many cases to administrative law judges across the state and hope that I understand their expectations and have gained their trust that any case I have before them will be litigated zealously, fairly and honestly. I have also developed knowledge of many excellent Kansas physicians who provide exceptional care and who understand Kansas worker’s compensation laws.
I deeply appreciate the trust my clients have in me and truly value the relationships that have been built over the years as we’ve walked through the at times tedious and frustrating worker’s compensation process together.
If you have questions regarding the workers compensation process, treating physicians, the likes and dislikes or local rules of an administrative law judge, or other matters, it will be a privilege to visit with you.