Monsees & Mayer, P.C.
, is a law firm based in Kansas City, Missouri, with an additional office in Springfield, Missouri. They strive to provide consistently excellent legal representation to injured victims and their families. Monsees & Mayer, P.C.'s, personal injury
attorneys know how to package cases for settlement and how to present cases at trial to achieve the best results for their clients. The firm has received national recognition for litigation related to injuries from defective firearms and defective sporting equipment.
Areas of Practice
- Dangerous Products
- Insurance Claims
- Hunting and Firearm Injuries
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Partner, Timothy W. Monsees, Esq.
has over 30 years of experience litigating complex Personal Injury
- Mr. Monsees graduated with honors from the University of Missouri-Columbia School of Law in 1981. He is admitted to practice in Missouri, Kansas and Texas. Mr. Monsees is recognized by Best Lawyers in America, Missouri Super Lawyers, Kansas City Business Journal “Best of the Bar”, and for many years has been recognized by Martindale-Hubbell with an “A/V” rating. He regularly presents at seminars helping to instruct other attorneys on trial practice skills.
Mr. Monsees restricts his practice to representation of injured parties in litigation of product liability, construction and industrial accidents, professional negligence, and medical malpractice.
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Timothy W. Monsees
This book is a great resource for personal injury victims, familiarizing readers with the general process and providing answers to commonly asked questions. Written by a personal injury attorney with more than thirty years of trial experience in this area, who has also handled cases in more than twenty-five states, this book summarizes the important considerations for personal injury victims. As an attorney who has worked both for, and now against, insurance companies and big corporations, the author poses and answers the questions you should ask before becoming a party to personal injury litigation.