Scott has defended literally hundreds of employers in both Kansasand Missouri against workers’ compensation claims, as well as other related employment claims, including retaliatory discharge, age and race discrimination lawsuits.  Scott has defended claims up through the Appellate and Supreme Courts in both states.  His clients include large manufacturers, as well as small privately owned companies.    Scott prides himself on an “open line” of communication with his clients, involving them in all aspects of every claim and lawsuit. 

Throughout the years of his litigation experience Scott has represented employers and insurance carriers at hundreds of hearings.  In fact, Scott is regularly in court two or three times each week.  Scott is also active in educating self-insured employers, as well as insurance carriers on the latest changes and developments in workers’ compensation and employment related law in both Kansas and Missouri.   

Scott played junior college football for Coffeyville Community College in 1987 and 1988.  Scott then graduated suma cum laude with his degree in finance and economics from The Wichita State University in 1991, and earned his juris doctorate degree from the University of Kansas as the G. Gary Duncan Scholar in 1994.  Scott is the proud father of two daughters and a son, who all love snow skiing with Dad.  In addition to skiing, Scott also enjoys weight training and playing golf.

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