We Are the Kansas City Personal Injury Lawyers You Can Rely On.

After suffering a serious injury or injustice caused by someone’s negligence or criminal act, you deserve to be heard. Since 1949, our attorneys have dedicated our professional careers to representing individuals and families in cases of serious injury, wrongful death and financial fraud. We have a record of success that

Well Recognized Prominence

Our attorneys have long been known in the legal community as among the best trial attorneys in the Midwest. The many types of recognition they have received include:

  • Listed in The Best Lawyers in America Directory for more than 25 years
  • Top 10 and Top 50 Super Lawyers in Kansas, Missouri, and Kansas City
  • Fellows and members of exclusive, invitation-only national trial attorneys associations, including the International Academy of Trial Attorneys (limited to the top 500 trial attorneys in the U.S.)

We have recovered millions of dollars in money damages in settlements and verdicts for victims of negligence throughout the Midwest.

We invite you to learn more about our attorneys by visiting the links to their individual profile pages below. Contact us to arrange a free consultation today.

Tribute to John Shamberg

John Elliott Shamberg was a very successful trial attorney whose legal career extended over 60 years. He died on July 9, 2009. John was a co-founder of Shamberg, Johnson & Bergman. Even more, he was a mentor, advisor, vigorous advocate for legal rights, and still today, a perpetual example of our founding principles. During his distinguished legal career, he engaged in many groundbreaking cases, which impacted the way laws were re-written. He also represented hundreds of personal injury victims, many of them children, who suffered due to gross negligence. Most notably, he was one of the designated lead counsel for victims of the 1981 catastrophic collapse of the Kansas City Hyatt Regency Hotel skywalks; a tragedy resulting in the death or serious injury of 350 people. John was recognized with many honors and awards for his eminent accomplishments in the legal profession. He also received the Bronze Star medal for his heroic and meritorious service during World War II as a member of the Greatest Generation. He leaves behind an incredible and enduring legacy.