Attorneys Krause And Kinsman To Be Honored By Missouri Lawyers Weekly. The two attorneys of the Krause & Kinsman law firm have been selected for the 2016 “Up & Coming” list.
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(Kansas City, Missouri)–The law firm of Krause & Kinsman is proud to announce that both Adam Krause and Robert Kinsman have been named “Up & Coming” lawyers of 2016 by Missouri Lawyers Weekly. Every year, the legal publication honors lawyers under the age of 40 in their first ten years of practice who are making outstanding contributions to the practice of law in Missouri and who show the potential to make a positive difference.
Adam Krause was born in the Kansas City area and studied biology at the University of Kansas. Before joining Krause & Kinsman, he sold anti-psychotic medications for a large pharmaceutical company and learned the ins and outs of the pharmaceutical industry. This experience has been an asset to him in his mass tort litigation practice. In addition, his background in biology enables him to read medical records and interview doctors and other experts regarding a client’s injuries. Helping people is at the core of his practice. “We represent people, not corporations or government entities,” he emphasized.
Robert Kinsman is also a native of Kansas City. Before law school, he attended Pittsburg State University, where he studied political science and business administration. He is an active member of the Missouri Bar, the Kansas City Metropolitan Bar Association, where he serves in the young lawyers’ section, and the Missouri Association of Trial Attorneys. As the son of two healthcare professionals, Kinsman stated that he “always wanted to follow in their footsteps and help people.”
Both graduates of the University of Missouri – Kansas City’s School of Law, Krause & Kinsman emphasized trial practice and litigation. In their current practice, they focus on business litigation, mass torts, employment litigation, car accidents, and personal injury. As car accident attorneys, they help clients navigate the aftermath of an auto accident without charging any up-front fees. “We offer a contingency fee agreement,” explained Krause, “because we don’t want to burden our clients who may be coping with serious injuries.” Both attorneys care deeply about their clients and value the long-term relationships with clients that they are able to develop.
Krause & Kinsman will join the other honorees at an awards luncheon at the Missouri Athletic Club in downtown St. Louis on Friday, October 7, 2016. In addition, Missouri Lawyers Weekly will feature profiles of each honoree in an upcoming edition.
About Krause & Kinsman Law Firm
Attorneys Adam Krause and Robert Kinsman feel that those who are injured should not be obligated with expenses associated with their case. That is why they advance all of the costs necessary to move each case forward. In addition, they do not require clients to pay a retainer fee for their services. Both attorneys earned their degrees from the University of Missouri – Kansas City School of Law with an emphasis in trial practice and litigation.