The family hired Tim Dollar to help determine the truth and assign responsibility in the tragedy in which Luke lost his life.
Dollar, Burns & Becker secured a $1 million settlement in a wrongful death and negligence suit filed against a Missouri nursing home.
The accident that took her life and irreversibly injured her sons is unfortunately one of the thousands that happen every year.
The case of Precious Doe had an enormous effect on the Kansas City community and those involved in solving her murder.
Dan Meers, better known as the Kansas City Chiefs’ mascot, KC Wolf, suffered serious injuries while rehearsing a zipline routine during the 2013 season.
Dollar prefers public settlements, and is quoted explaining, “We’re trying to demonstrate that unsafe practices exist, so that we might make things safer.”
April 9, 2014 The New York Times, Sunday, December 2, 2006 As Trucking Rules Are Eased, a Debate on Safety Intensifies Washington, Dec. 2 – As Dorris Edwards slowed for traffic near Kingdom City, Mo. On her way home from […]
Dollar, Burns & Becker is now among the very select law practices that have earned the registry’s highest rating and have been designated by their colleagues as preeminent in their field.
Increased media attention to sensational verdicts has made jurors more skeptical of personal injury claims, according to plaintiffs’ attorneys.
Ruptured gas tanks and flammable cleaning supplies caught fire and sent flames 50 feet into the air. Besides Wetzel and McGaha, eight others died in the accident.