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If you or a family member has suffered a serious personal injury or wrongful death, contact The Law Offices of Cullan & Cullan, serving Missouri, Kansas, and Arizona. In personal injury and wrongful death cases, our lawyers combine their medical knowledge with legal training and experience to create a potent force in negotiations and in the courtroom. We will fight to protect your rights and recover the fair compensation that you deserve.

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Cullan & Cullan
4900 Main St, #310
Kansas City, Missouri 64112
Phone: (816) 861-7600
Toll Free: (866) 540-7600

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The Law Offices of Cullan and Cullan M.D., J.D. serves Kansas, Missouri, and Arizona. Many of our personal injury attorneys also have medical training, allowing them to provide the best representation possible in serious injury cases.

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Kansas City Personal Injury Attorney Disclaimer: The information on this website is not, nor is it intended to be, legal or medical advice. This website is provided by The Law Offices of Cullan and Cullan M.D., J.D. for informational purposes only. Laws are very complex. You should not rely on a website or advice from a friend who had a case when it comes to making decisions about your rights. You should personally consult with an attorney as early as possible for advice regarding your own situation. Every situation is different. Every state is different. There are many factors that are important for an attorney to know before it is possible to give you advice on your case.