Importance of Supreme Court License
We Can Take Your Case to the Highest Court in the Nation
When you have been injured in an accident, you have a right to expect that the insurance company will fully live up to its obligations toward you by paying you the settlement you deserve. After all, this is exactly why you have been faithfully paying your premiums-for the peace of mind and security that comes with knowing that when the time came, you would not be forced to shoulder the full financial burden of your accident. Unfortunately, countless people across the country are denied the coverage they are due every year.
When you come to the Montee Law Firm, P.C. for help in your personal injury claim, you will have the support of a team that can take your case as far as possible. If the insurance company wrongfully reduces the size of your settlement or unfairly denies your claim, you have recourse and can appeal the decision. Many law firms are limited in how far they can take an appeal, but a Kansas City personal injury attorney from our team can carry your case all the way to the United States Supreme Court.
The U.S. Supreme Court is the highest legal venue in the nation. The Court, which is composed of a panel of one Chief Justice and eight Associate Justices, is the "court of last resort" for citizens of our country, and is one of the nation's oldest and most venerable legal institutions. An attorney who seeks the distinction of being admitted to practice in the Supreme Court must meet a series of qualifications, including:
- Must have been admitted to the bar of the highest court of the state where the attorney practices for at least three years
- Must not have been the subject of any adverse disciplinary action
- Must be of good moral and professional character
- Two other attorneys who have already been admitted to practice before the Court must sponsor the application
- The attorney must swear an oath
Admission to practice before the Supreme Court is an honor which is only bestowed on a small percentage of attorneys across the nation, and it gives our firm an edge in representing clients in high-stakes injury claims.
Kansas City Personal Injury Attorney with Supreme Court License
Whether you have been injured in a car accident or if you are suing for the wrongful death of a loved one, we will attempt to settle your claim out of court if at all possible. The fact that we are capable of taking your case all the way to the Supreme Court acts in our favor by demonstrating to the insurance company that we are able-and willing-to do everything possible to secure the compensation you deserve. When your right to a fair settlement to cover all your medical expenses, your lost income and your pain and suffering is at stake, you want the best legal representation on your side. Call us today-we can begin work on your case immediately.
Contact a Kansas City personal injury lawyer who is licensed to practice in the U.S. Supreme Court and is capable of fighting your case to the very end.