Kansas City Personal Injury Lawyers
Yonke & Pottenger, LLC
Kansas City, Missouri 64105
Law Firm Overview
Yonke & Pottenger, LLC is a Kansas City personal injury law firm. Our attorneys have handled a wide variety of injury based cases and are well equipped to take on almost any type of injury case. If you have been injured in an accident or due to the negligence of another party, contact us today. Our attorneys can explain your legal rights to you and may be able to help you build your case as well.
Partners Michael Yonke and Jason Pottenger bring 30 years of combined experience in civil litigation. Both have earned peer-based recognition (listing in Missouri/Kansas Super Lawyers magazine, Best of the Bar in the Kansas City Business Journal) for the quality and results of their legal advocacy. Like all good lawyers, they are active in professional organizations and continuing education to stay abreast of the relevant legal issues.
People donít trust insurance companies, with good reason. But many people are also leery of lawyers, with some justification. There are law firms out there with a volume approach to personal injury claims ó take the first settlement offer and move on to the next case, without regard for justice or the clientís needs.
At Yonke & Pottenger, our philosophy is to pursue the full value of claims, knowing that clients may be unable to cover their losses if we donít. We prepare each case as if it will go to trial, and the insurance companies are familiar with our reputation for success. Most lawsuits never reach a jury, but our meticulous work-up of the case and our willingness to try cases makes insurers take us seriously in settlement negotiations.
We do everything we can to improve your odds and maximize your compensation. First, we stand between you and the insurance adjusters who want to lure you into statements that will limit your claim. We conduct a prompt and thorough investigation to gather evidence of negligence. And we pull in experts from various fields to determine our clientsí needs and demonstrate the monetary damages.