David Landers

Attorney · University of Tulsa College of Law

David has been a trial attorney for over 25, practicing primarily in the area of insurance defense. During his career David has served as lead counsel in more than 60 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

Articles By David Landers

Parental Responsibility Laws and Personal Injury
Many people don't realize that parents can be held legally liable for the acts of their minor children.
Legal Options After Getting Hit by a Drunk Driver
If you've been injured or a family member was injured or killed by a drunk driver, you'll want to know about your options to collect compensation. We walk you through the basics and cover some other issues you should keep in mind.
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.
When a Car Accident Case Goes to Trial
The vast majority of all car accident insurance claims are resolved before any lawsuit is filed.
Contact Your Car Insurance Agent After a Car Accident
Even if you don’t think you were to blame for the wreck, there are lots of reasons why you should contact your auto insurance agent as soon as you can. We'll explain several of those reasons.
What is Negligent Supervision?
Learn about the legal obligations that schools, day care facilities, nursing homes, and employers have to provide adequate supervision.
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.
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.
Proving a Wrongful Death Civil Case
How do you establish the defendant's legal liability in a wrongful death lawsuit?
My Child Was Injured at School—Who is Liable?
You may be able to sue your child’s school and school employees, but it won’t be easy.