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Cullan & Cullan is dedicated to protecting our clients’ rights. If you or a loved one has been seriously injured, you need to have a trial attorney who has the ability to present your case before a jury. Our law firm offers a very unique and an exceptionally qualified group of attorneys with training in medicine, human anatomy, nursing, engineering, and accident reconstruction to represent your case. We focus our knowledge and resources on your personal injury rights.

For more than 20 years, our medical-legal team has been assisting victims in a number of practice areas, including:

Our firm understands the physical, emotional, and financial consequences that can occur as a result of serious accidents or injuries, and we understand the complex nature of these events as well. Our goal is to help restore health, security, and quality of life as fully as possible. Contact our personal injury lawyers today for more information or an evaluation of your case.

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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 attorneys at The Law Offices of Cullan and Cullan M.D., J.D. aggressively litigate cases of personal injury and wrongful death caused by auto, motorcycle, and semi-truck accidents, medical malpractice, and other factors. We can help victims understand their legal rights.

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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.