About The Kansas City Trial Lawyers At Norton & Norton, P.C.
The emotional, personal and professional issues that go along with a serious injury are already hard enough. When the legal side of things enters the picture, it can leave individuals and families feeling confused and helpless.
The Kansas City, Missouri, law firm of Norton & Norton, P.C. is here to make sure that does not happen. When we work with you, we promise to:
- We use our comprehensive understanding of personal injury litigation to your benefit.
- We are committed to your comfort and understanding throughout your case.
- We will fight for your rights.
The service and aggressive advocacy we provide has earned us countless referrals because clients know how our level of concern and dedication comes out in our representation — we always strive to give all clients access to us and never hand them off to secretaries and paralegals when questions need to be answered.
Skilled ~ Experienced ~ Knowledgeable
Attorney Jack Norton has personally tried more than 150 jury trials and has obtained 10 verdicts of more than $1 million.∗
Along with Jack Norton's trial skills, knowledge about medicine, discovery philosophy and experience in some of the highest-stakes precedent-setting personal injury cases in Missouri, each lawyer at our firm is a member of the Missouri Bar Association, the Missouri Association of Trial Attorneys and the American Association of Trial Attorneys.
Your Complete Recovery Is Our No. 1 Priority
It is important to us that clients understand that it is this experience that we take to negotiation and litigation so that we never have to back down in our advocacy. If an insurance company is unwilling to offer you what is fair, we are ready and willing to go to court. Our approach has obtained more than $50 million for our clients to date, and we are ready to apply it to your case.
Our office is conveniently located off of North Oak Trafficway and is open from 7:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday. Offsite and after-hours appointments are available by request.
∗Past results cannot guarantee or predict similar future outcomes.