Wendt Law Firm welcomes new personal injury attorney

Kansas City, Mo.—October 1, 2020—Wendt Law Firm is pleased to welcome personal injury attorney Nick Hillyard to the firm.

Nick Hillyard is an attorney dedicated to fighting for the best possible results for his clients. During the first 15 years of his career, Nick primarily represented insurance companies and their insureds, defending claims against them arising from personal injury. He now uses that background to ensure a full and timely recovery for the accident victims he represents. When that requires trial, Nick is an aggressive advocate in the courtroom. He has tried cases to favorable jury verdicts for his clients in courts across the states of Missouri and Kansas and successfully argued before the Missouri Court of Appeals. Due to this success, he has been recognized by Thomson Reuters’ Super Lawyers publication as a “Rising Star Super Lawyer” in the states of Missouri and Kansas.

Nick earned his Bachelor of Arts degree in Journalism and Mass Communication from Drake University, where he graduated cum laude, before earning his Juris Doctorate from the University of Missouri – Kansas City, where he graduated magna cum laude and in the top 10 percent of his class. He is licensed to practice in the Missouri and Kansas state and federal courts.

About Wendt Law Firm:

Wendt Law Firm P.C. is an outstanding source of legal information, assistance, and representation for personal injury lawsuits—a dedicated firm with experience handling many types of cases in Kansas City, Missouri, and around the country. The firm specializes in a variety of personal injury types, seeking maximum compensation through every possible legal outlet. Some of the practice areas the firm represents include car accidentsdefective productsdangerous premisesmedical malpracticenursing home abuse, and wrongful death. Wendt Law Firm employs attorneys with expertise in many facets of law.


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