Jackson County Personal Injury Attorneys

Nobody should ever have to suffer financially, mentally, and physically because of an injury caused by the negligence of others. This is the foremost reason why The Popham Law Firm remains passionately devoted to protecting Jackson County residents from the negligence of others. As Jackson County is our home, our Jackson County personal injury attorneys understand that by protecting your rights and employing your 7th Amendment right to trial by jury, we can help deter future injuries to others.

With extensive experience in auto accidents, nursing home negligence, medical malpractice, wrongful death, birth defects, bicycle accidents, products liability, and many other practice areas, Popham Law stands as your solution to a personal injury claim. If you have been injured due to the negligence of others, feel free to make an appointment to visit our Kansas City offices at 712 Broadway, Suite 100 or give us a call at (800) 578-2288

To provide better service to the citizens of Jackson County, we have arranged a helpful guide covering essential county resources for personal injury claims.

Our Practice
Areas Include

Car Accidents

Medical Malpractice

Civil Rights Litigation

Institutional Liability

Physical Injury

Employment Law

Workers’ Compensation

Mediation Services

Frequently Asked Questions

Jackson County Circuit Courts

When you file a lawsuit for a personal injury claim or go to trial, your journey will probably start in the Jackson County Circuit Courts. The Popham Law Firm works extensively in these courts. There are four courthouses located in Jackson County, including:

Jackson County Courthouse
415 E. 12th Street
Kansas City, MO 64106
(816) 881-3000

Eastern Jackson County Courthouse
308 W. Kansas
Independence, Missouri 64050
(816) 881-4400

Albert Riederer Community Justice Complex
415 E. 12th Street
Kansas City, MO 64106
(816) 881-3000

Family Justice Center
415 E. 12th Street
Kansas City, MO 64106
(816) 881-3000

You can find maps for the various courthouses from the 16th Circuit Court website, located here.

Please note—there isn't free parking for the public at the courthouse. There are metered spaces designated for people with disabilities nearby on 12th Street (near Oak intersection). Wheelchair accessible public parking is also available on the corner of 12th and Oak at the City Garage.

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