Over the past decade, Blue Springs, Missouri, has enjoyed tremendous growth. While there are many positives associated with this increase in population and economic activity, traffic safety has become a major public health concern for this large suburban city located 17 miles east of Kansas City. Car, truck, and motorcycle accidents, caused by a growing number of dangerous drivers, are causing a new universe of roadway risk for motorists in Blue Springs.
Attorney Doug Horn of The Horn Law Firm , a personal injury lawyer who concentrates in representing persons injured or killed in motor vehicle collisions, has seen a dramatic increase in the number of Blue Springs crashes that cause serious injury. “Car, truck, and motorcycle accidents, caused by a growing number of distracted, impatient, and aggressive drivers, are causing a new universe of roadway risk for motorists in Blue Springs”, Horn said.
Horn, who is the lead attorney at Horn Law, has a track record of success that spans 25 years, recommends legal consultation for those who are injured in a Blue Springs motor vehicle accident. “As an attorney who has handled thousands of accident cases, I know that legal consultation is one of the best forms of protection you can take after an accident injury. It allows me to take care of immediate issues that arise after an accident, gain the upper hand with the insurance companies, and make sure my client is on track to receive a maximum settlement or award”.
Horn, who offices close to Blue Springs near the intersection of I-70 and I-470, is known as a “rapid response attorney. He is prepared to immediately put his team in action, including vital accident investigations. In addition to consultations at his office, Horn offers home and hospital appointments. “The secret to getting the best results, is making sure we secure important evidence and making sure our clients are receiving the best possible medical care and rehabilitation. Our first steps often prove to be the most important”.
Consultations can be scheduled with Doug Horn by calling 816-795-7500. After business hours, Horn can be contacted through email at firstname.lastname@example.org.