Meticulous. No word better describes the preparation Scott Sanders uses when he handles your personal injury case. Growing up in a small town in rural Kansas, Scott learned at an early age that honesty, hard work and attention to detail are keys to being successful. As the son of a Kansas District Court Judge, Scott quickly became fascinated with the judicial system and its impact on injured Kansans. Scott knows that your case is extremely important to you. Rest assured that when you hire Scott as your personal injury lawyer, you will work directly with Scott on your case, not his legal secretary. As a trial attorney, Scott works hard to represent you in your fight to hold persons and corporations responsible for their negligent and careless conduct.
Because of his hard work and passion for the law, Scott has obtained maximum recoveries for his clients. Scott prepares each case as if it will go before a trial of your peers. Once the opposition understands that he is willing to take a case to trial, most cases settle out of court. However, Scott will not settle your case for less than fair compensation for your injuries. In the last two years, their firm obtained verdicts and settlements in excess of $13,000,000.00. In January 2011, Scott and Don collected a $302,000.00 settlement for a client who was the victim of a Rottweiler attack.* Scott will minimize your financial risk and take your case on a “no recovery, no fee” basis in order to allow you easy access to the legal system.
Scott is a native of Eureka, Kansas. He received his undergraduate degree from Kansas State University (B.S., cum laude, 1995). While attending Kansas State University, he was a member of numerous honor societies, including Mortar Board and Phi Kappa Phi. Additionally, Scott was an active leader in Beta Theta Pi social fraternity and was an all-university intramural track champion.
Scott obtained his legal education at Washburn University School of Law (J.D., with honors, 1998). While attending Washburn, he served as a member of the Washburn Law Journal. Scott authored a comment as well as an article which were both published in that journal.
Scott was selected for inclusion on the “Rising Stars” list in Kansas by Super Lawyers magazine. No more than 2.5 percent of the lawyers in the State of Kansas are named to this prestigious list. He was also named as one of Wichita's "40 Under 40" by the Wichita Business Journal in 2009. Scott is licensed to practice in the Courts of the State of Kansas, the United States District Court for the District of Kansas and the United States Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals. He is also a member of the Wichita Bar Association and Kansas Bar Association.
Scott and his wife Trina have three daughters, Maycie, Haylie and Saydie. The Sanders family is very active in their church and the community. Scott also serves as a youth coach for basketball, soccer and t-ball for the Wichita YMCA.
*Prior results in an earlier case do not guarantee or suggest a similar outcome in future matters the lawyer may undertake.