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Kansas City personal injury attorneys, David McCollum and Annette Griggs, represent families and individuals who have been severely injured or killed as a result of another’s negligence. Their law practice revolves around helping people recover from the trauma they have suffered and holding defendants accountable for the harm they have caused. David and Annette have been friends and business partners for many years. They are non-traditional Kansas City auto accident attorneys who take a personal approach to providing quality representation for clients’ injuries suffered in drunk driving accidents, motorcycle accidents, automobile accidents, slip and fall accidents who have suffered traumatic brain injuries, spinal injuries, wrongful death, and other catastrophic injuries.
At McCollum & Griggs, LLC we constantly strive to be the best Kansas City car accident lawyers. Here’s what some of their clients have to say about them:
David McCollum and Annette Griggs are top ranked Kansas City truck accident lawyers. If you are injured in an auto accident or truck accident you won’t be just another case file on a shelf. We are client-oriented and we will always take the time to get to know you and understand what you need to make you whole again.
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