Clay County Personal Injury Attorneys
Located just across the river, The Popham Law Firm considers Clay County part of its home territory. Our attorneys have represented clients in Clay County courts in a variety of cases, including auto accidents, nursing home negligence, medical malpractice, wrongful death, workers’ compensation, wrongful termination and employment discrimination, products liability, and many other practice areas.
If you have been injured due to the negligence of others, The Popham Law Firm wants to help. Not only can we help you receive medical payments, lost income, property loss, pain and suffering, emotional distress, and more, we understand that a successful personal injury claim protects Clay County citizens from the negligence of others in the future. If you need a distinguished law firm with a history of success, feel free to schedule an appointment at our Kansas City offices on 712 Broadway, Suite 100, or you can give us a call at (800) 578-2288.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Clay County Circuit Court
For most personal injury claims, the journey begins at the Clay County Circuit Courts. Part of the 7th Judicial Circuit Court of Missouri, the circuit court is located in Liberty, Missouri, at 11 South Water Street. People from all over the county head to the Clay County Courthouse in Liberty for dispute intervention, justice to victims, or settlements for family matters. Because the Popham Law Firm works extensively in this courthouse, we boast a home field advantage that allows us to navigate personal injury law swiftly and effectively.
The Clay County Courthouse is open weekdays from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm. You can find public parking between South Leonard Street and Missouri Street, but keep in mind that parking on some streets is for an hour only and strictly enforced by the city.
What if my case goes to the Supreme Court and Court of Appeals?
For those needing to appeal a decision, appellate cases are held at the Missouri Court of Appeals, and for Clay County citizens, the appellate court is part of the Western District.
The Court of Appeals is located at the Court of Appeals Courthouse on 1300 Oak Street in Kansas City.
Very few personal injury cases make it to the Supreme Court, but it does happen. As such, the Missouri Supreme Court hears and decides on some of the most important legal issues affecting Clay County citizens. The Supreme Court is located at 207 West High Street in Jefferson City, Missouri. You can reach the court by dialing (573) 751-4144.