McKay & Byerley Law Offices

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  • For over 37 years lawyers at McKay & Byerley have helped injured people. McKay & Byerley Law Offices have handled cases in Missouri, Kansas, Indiana, Iowa, New York, Oklahoma, Texas, Colorado, Nebraska, Louisiana, and Wisconsin.
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About this firm

For over 37 years lawyers at McKay & Byerley have helped injured people. The attorneys do not represent insurance companies. Representation aims to prove whether or not a violation of safety rules caused an injury.

With the permission of the Court and assistance of local counsel, attorneys at McKay & Byerley Law Offices have handled cases in Missouri, Kansas, Indiana, Iowa, New York, Oklahoma, Texas, Colorado, Nebraska, Louisiana, and Wisconsin.

John McKay has received the International Academy of Trial Lawyers award for distinguished achievement in the art and science of advocacy. He has received the American Trial Lawyers Association designation as one of the Top 100 Trial Lawyers. Martindale-Hubbell rates McKay and Byerley "AV" which is the "Highest Rating in Legal Ability and Ethical Standards.".

Areas of Practice (4)

Specific Practice Area and Industry Group Details across multiple offices:

  • Personal Injury
  • Medical Negligence
  • Products Liability
  • Workers Compensation

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