Over $450 Million in Settlements & Verdicts: $4.6 million truck accident

Mike White

Mike White

“Having practiced law for nearly 30 years, and spending nearly half of that time working for insurance companies, before coming to Edelman and Thompson, I bring a well-rounded perspective to my representation of injured victims. Since I defended personal injury claims for so long, I know how insurance companies evaluate claims and what tactics their lawyers use. The knowledge I’ve gained from years of working on both sides of personal injury claim, gives me a unique advantage in handling claims for my injured clients.”

Mike has handled thousands of injury cases and is an accomplished trial lawyer, having tried over 70 cases to jury verdict in various jurisdictions across Missouri and Kansas. He focuses on cases involving auto/truck collisions, slip and falls and wrongful death. Mike received his undergraduate and law degrees from the University of Kansas.

Mike’s recoveries include a $2.25 million jury verdict in an auto case, settlements of $1.25 million and $1.1 million in auto accident cases, and an $840,000 settlement in an apartment complex negligent security case.

He is licensed in both Kansas and Missouri, and handles injury cases in state and federal courts. He is a member of the Missouri and Kansas Bars and the Kansas City Bar Association.

Mike, his wife and their two children live in Overland Park, Kansas.

Edelman & Thompson has 5 locations in the Kansas City, Missouri & Kansas City, Kansas.

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