John strongly advocates for his clients to win life-changing awards and settlements by specializing in personal injury law, wrongful death and other civil matters.
Even before law school, John aspired to become a plaintiff’s personal injury lawyer to fight for the underdog and those that have been wronged by the negligence of others. John also advocates for workers’ rights by dedicating countless hours of pro-bono work monthly as a director for the non-profit organization, the Kansas City Workers Justice Center (KCWJC).
Since 2008, John has dedicated his time volunteering for the KCWJC and has been recognized numerous times by different organizations for his continued pro bono work. John graduated from the University of Kansas School of Law in 2010 and practices law in the states of Missouri and Kansas.
Special Volunteer Award, 2012, Jewish Vocational Services Annual Meeting
VIP Award Recipient, 2013, Jewish Vocational Services Fundraiser
Certificate of Appreciation for pro bono work, April 2013, Sunflower Community Action
Certificate of Appreciation for pro bono work, October 2013, Sunflower Community Action