Helping people -- that's what being an attorney really means to me.
Growing up poor I really appreciated and learned the difference someone helping another could make. I wanted to be that someone -- for those who needed someone to fight for them.
I feel very fortunate that I was able to work my way through school and obtain my goal of a law degree. I've been blessed with the opportunity to do what means the most: helping those who need someone on "their side". In the practice of Worker's Comp., Personal Injury work and many other ways, I like to feel I have made a difference and plan to continue making a difference.
To the oft asked question, "How do you want to be remembered?" my response is: "I want to be remembered as the person who made a difference in my families' lives, my friends' lives and my clients' lives."
About Dan Lykins
Born Atchison, Kansas, January 22, 1946
Admitted to bar, 1972, Kansas
St. Benedicts College
Kansas State University (B.S. 1968)
Washburn University of Topeka (J.D. 1972)
Fraternity: Phi Alpha Delta
Editor, Kansas Trial Lawyers Association Journal, 1992-95
Democratic Candidate for Kansas Attorney General, 1998
Topeka, Kansas, and American Bar Associations
Kansas Trial Lawyers Association (Board of Governors, 1978; Vice-President, Membership, 1989-90)
The Association of Trial Lawyers of America (Delegate, 1987-89)
About Danton C. Hejtmanek
When I go home at night, it is nice to think back on the assistance I have been able to give people who come to me needing help. Most of my clients I see at their worst; people who have lost a loved one, people in the throws of divorce, without a job, or facing real uncertainty as a result of an accident which has turned their life upside down. Being able to provide some comfort, relief and satisfaction truly makes my job rewarding and satisfying.
About Roger D. Fincher
Born DeWitt, Iowa, March 13, 1967
Admitted to bar, 1993, Kansas
University of Texas at Austin (B.B.A., 1989)
University of Kansas (J.D. 1993)
Fraternity: Phi Delta Phi
Topeka and Kansas (Trial Lawyers of Public Justice; President, Litigation Section 2000-02) Bar Associations
Kansas Trial Lawyers Association
The Association of Trial Lawyers of America (Litigation Committee)
U.S. Army: 1st Lieutenant, Honorable Discharge
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