About PK Law Group
If you are the victim of someone else's negligence, or have suffered catastrophic loss, PK Law Group is the law firm that delivers results, accountability and justice. Unlike many other larger firms, we prioritize every client and provide our proper attention throughout the entire process. Client care is a core belief of our law firm.
Legal issues can be daunting, stressful and exhausting. We aim to reduce your stress by dealing with the big insurance companies on your behalf. Let us do the heavy lifting. We fight for real people and are committed to working diligently to get you results.
Phillip C. Strozier
I represent individuals who have been injured through no fault of their own. As a Kansas City native, I was born and raised here in the Kansas City metropolitan area and graduated from Rockhurst High School in 2006. I then moved to Lawrence, Kansas to attend college at the University of Kansas on a football scholarship. At Kansas, I was fortunate to be part of one of the greatest football teams in school history, as we won the FedEx Orange Bowl in 2008. I also made All-Big 12 Academic Team and the Athletic Director’s Honor Roll during my tenure, while starting at safety for the football team. After graduating from the University of Kansas in 2010, I worked for six months before returning to law school at Washburn University School of Law, where I received my Juris Doctor degree in 2014.
After law school, I worked for some of the best firms in Kansas City, where I spent several years advocating for clients involved in car wrecks, slip and falls, tractor-trailer crashes, medical malpractice, and nursing home neglect. I was also involved in insurance coverage litigation to determine the scope of an insurance company’s obligations under its insurance policies. Also, as a bilingual attorney, fluent in Spanish, I am able to represent many different communities with their legal issues. In all, these experiences provided me with an understanding of the strategies insurance companies use to defend, delay, and reject serious personal injury cases.