Louise and Glendon — Protected by Your Attorneys in Wichita
At Mann Law Offices, we put the needs of clients first. Our attorneys in Wichita have been proud to assist in the recovery of countless of accident victims over the years. On 23 Sept. 2004, a semi-truck T-boned a school bus. Six of the school children were injured severely — Glendon would never walk again. After the accident, there were several groups that already wanted money.
“There were 3 different insurance companies involved,” Scott Mann explains. “There was the school, semi truck, and bus driver. One insurance company wouldn’t pay before the other. In the meantime, the victims and their families were not getting the help they needed.”
Glendon’s mother, Louise, knew something needed to be done immediately to help her son and the other 5 children. Through a mutual friend she found Scott, but talking to a lawyer made her feel uneasy. However, these fears disappeared after she had the chance to meet Scott.
“You think of attorneys as ‘uptight’ or distant, but this isn’t the case with Scott,” explains Louise. “He is genuinely friendly, honest and down to earth. Scott is easy to talk to and takes away the fear. He is always quick to respond to help.”
The Attorneys in Wichita of Mann Law Offices are committed to your individual care and recovery.
Scott represented all six injured students and their families. He figured out a way to pay the large medical bills, and made sure the insurance companies did their jobs. “Scott helped us in all aspects of the case,” Louise says. “He explained complex legal issues in a way that was easy to understand. He also deciphered the mediator’s explanation of the settlement.”
Even though the case was settled over a decade ago, there’s always a place for Louise and Glendon in Scott’s office. They don’t even need an appointment. “He helped us through a terrible time in our lives,” Louise says. “Scott is a friend first and a lawyer second.”
Please call the attorneys in Wichita if you’ve been involved in an accident. It is our honor to serve you and see you through this difficult time.