David Landers

David has been a trial attorney for over twenty-five years, practicing primarily in the area of insurance defense. During his career David has served as lead counsel in more than sixty jury trials in various jurisdictions, representing individuals as well as Fortune 500 Companies. Because of his extensive trial experience, David was selected for membership to the American Board of Trial Advocates.

David is a native of the Kansas City area. He obtained his undergraduate degree from William Jewell College in 1984 and his law degree from The University of Tulsa College of Law in 1987. He and his wife, Mary, currently reside in Greensboro, North Carolina.  

He is admitted to practice before the following courts:

• State of Missouri
• State of Kansas
• State of Oklahoma

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Articles By David Landers

How Witness Credibility Affects a Car Accident Claim
Having the right witness—and making sure he or she is credible—can make or break your car accident claim.
I Totaled My Car and Still Owe Money on the Loan. What Now?
If an insurance company totals your car, you're still stuck with the terms of your car loan.
Reporting Nursing Home Injuries and Abuse
If you suspect misconduct on the part of a care facility or one of its employees, here's what to do.
What Are the Most Common Vehicle Accident Injuries?
A look at soft tissue injuries and other common kinds of injuries suffered by drivers and passengers.
Can a School District Be Sued for Injuries to Students?
The school district may be legally responsible for your child's injuries, but you can't usually file a lawsuit right off the bat.
Collecting a Car Accident Settlement or Judgment
Reaching a settlement or getting a judgment in your favor is one thing; getting paid could be a different story.
Can I Make a Carpal Tunnel Injury Claim?
Your legal options if you're diagnosed with carpal tunnel syndrome (CTS) due to your job or after an accident.
Proving Damages in a Nursing Home Injury or Abuse Case
In a lawsuit for nursing home abuse or injuries, proving harm and other losses is crucial.
Recognizing the Signs of Nursing Home Injury or Abuse
If you suspect misconduct on the part of a care facility or one of its employees, here's what to do.
Common Kinds of Nursing Home Abuse
Neglect and abuse can take a number of forms -- whether physical, emotional, and financial. Learn more.