Kirk Presley, founding member of the Presley & Presley law firm, was chosen for the Missouri Lawyers Weekly Influential Lawyers award for fighting to uphold the constitutional rights of a teen severely injured by a police officer’s taser in the high profile case Masters v. Runnels.

The Missouri Lawyers Awards recognize lawyers who made an impact in the year, including the winners of the top verdicts, influential appellate advocates and champions, law firm leaders and the Lawyer of the Year. An awards luncheon will take place on January 24 in St. Louis, and the winners will be profiled in a special section of Missouri Lawyers Weekly.

Visit Missouri Lawyers Weekly for more information.

Kirk Presley has over 35 years of legal experience and has become one of the guiding voices for attorneys in the personal injury and insurance bad faith fields, as well as a champion for his clients facing complex and daunting legal matters. His expertise in personal injury and insurance bad faith claims have led to numerous awards and recognition including Best Lawyers in America, National Trial Lawyers Top 100, America Board of Trial Advocates, Super Lawyers and Best of the Bar. Presley has also recently been elected to the 16th Circuit Judicial Commission in Missouri.

Presley & Presley, LLC is a client-focused and results driven law firm in Kansas City, Missouri. The attorneys at Presley & Presley work tirelessly to seek justice for individuals and families who have been harmed through the negligence of others. Presley & Presley handles a broad array of serious injury cases, including catastrophic injury and wrongful death cases that require technical and scientific training and experience. These include general and commercial aviation crashes, traumatic brain injuries, spinal cord injuries, carbon monoxide poisoning, insurance bad faith claims, car accidents, semi-truck accidents and more.

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