Paralegal to Your Kansas City Attorneys — Carrie Barr
Mann Law Offices consists of a legal team with a unified practice goal — the needs of clients come first. Together, our team works hard so injured clients can receive the compensation they need for a recovery. Carrie Barr is one of the longest serving team members at Mann Law Offices. For the last twenty-four years Carrie has been paralegal to Scott Mann.
“Carrie has been invaluable to my practice, and was my paralegal even before I started Mann Law Offices,” Scott explains. “She truly cares about the needs of clients. It’s about helping people reclaim their lives and treating them like individuals.”
After interviewing the client, Carrie Barr determines which of our Kansas City attorneys is the best match for the case
When a client visits the office for the first time, Carrie is the initial contact person. The part of the job Carrie enjoys the most is helping clients pay medical bills, receive proper treatment, and recover after an injury.
“There are cases where children have lost a parent and we help them find the means to get a college education,” says Carrie. “In other cases, there are factory workers who haven’t been taken care of properly. Mann Law Offices shows them the compassion and treatment they deserve. We’re not doing it for our best interests. We are focused on helping with their recovery.”
The main aspect of the practice that Carrie wants clients to know is that we are 100% dedicated to every case. Our Kansas City attorneys make sure your case is advanced in a timely manner, so you can get your life back to normal. “We are aggressive in getting clients medical attention and their benefits started so they can start reclaiming their lives,” Carrie explains.
The positive atmosphere at Mann Law Offices is another facet that Carrie enjoys. The entire team genuinely likes one another, which creates a healthy and productive environment. Contact our Kansas City attorneys and Carrie Barr if you have been injured in an accident. We are ready to serve your case!