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We had a fun afternoon with our friends at Make-A-Wish sending Kenlee on a scavenger hunt throughout our “Paris themed” office. After navigating some challenging clues (in French) her adventure ended with a surprise trip to Paris!...

Kelly Frickleton’s training in theater has prepared her for many elements of being a trial lawyer – both in the aspect of performance and her approach to cases. Central to her artistic craft was exploring “stories and narratives...

Kansas patients can finally win big in doctor malpractice suits. But at what cost? Mike Rader discusses the court's decision in Hilburn V. Enerpipe and how "it changes the landscape for any pending cases or future cases". Read the...

Michelle Marvel advocates for individuals who have suffered serious injury or wrongful death. She pursues answers and accountability from companies responsible for dangerous products, dangerous property or dangerous drivers.

She...

From sandwich Tuesdays to Make-A-Wish parties, we remain committed to giving back to our community. Everyone here at Bartimus Frickleton Robertson Rader works to make a positive difference inside and outside the courtroom. Learn...

Mike Rader and Tony DeWitt were responsible for turning around a loss on summary judgment into a win on summary judgment. In Cockerham v. American Family the Eastern District Court of Appeals reversed the trial court and directed...

From all of us at Bartimus Frickleton Robertson and Rader, we hope you enjoy this series of short videos. 

From the beginning, we wanted to make a difference. Our attorneys believe that helping people and giving back to the...

We had such a great time at the KCMBA Bench-Bar & Boardroom Conference a few weeks ago. We were honored to sponsor and participate in such a wonderful event. Thank you to everyone who attended! 

We are so proud of our very own, Kelly Frickleton, for presenting at the KCMBA 46th Bench-Bar & Boardroom Conference last week.  Her presentation focused on the development of school and housing segregation in Kansas City.  After...