At Joseph A. DeWoskin, P.C., we treat our clients the way that we would like to be treated. That means showing respect and sympathy for their trying circumstances, and also providing the prompt and efficient legal service they need and deserve. To speak with a disciplined, experienced and hard-working attorney, contact Joseph A. DeWoskin, PC, today. We represent clients in Kansas and Missouri.
By setting realistic expectations, we are always honest with you, and we work hard to exceed those expectations. We will not promise you the outcome that you want just to keep you as a client — if any lawyer ever does, you had better start looking for a new one. We will fight to protect your interests, but we will not mislead you about the potential outcome of your case.
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We serve clients in Johnson, Leavenworth, and Wyandotte counties in Kansas — and in Jackson, Cass, Clay and Platte counties in Missouri. By sharing an office space with other attorneys with whom we frequently collaborate, we are able to deliver the personal service of a small practitioner's office combined with the resources of a large firm.
At Joseph A. DeWoskin, PC, we believe that the best way to help you is to be honest with you. That means we won't ever set expectations that we know to be unrealistic, and we will not make any promises unless we are absolutely certain we can keep them. Call 913-284-0172 today to arrange your consultation.
Joseph A. DeWoskin joined Waits, Brownlee, Berger & DeWoskin in 2000. His practice areas include: military law, insurance litigation, personal injury, domestic relations, traffic violations/DUIs, probate, wills and estate planning, workers' compensation and Social Security disability.
Prior to joining the firm, Mr. DeWoskin spent almost nine years serving on active duty with the Army JAG Corps. He currently serves as a Lieutenant Colonel in the U.S. Army Reserves. His in-depth experience with military law helps him effectively serve those who currently serve or previously served in the armed forces.