Paul E Evans - Blue Springs Law Office

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Paul E Evans

Blue Springs Law Office

1114 West Main Street

Blue Springs, MO 64015


Practice Areas
  • Estate, Trust Planning
  • Business Owner
  • Medical Malpractice
  • Family Law
  • Wills and Probate
  • Personal Injury
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About Paul E. Evans, OWNER/Managing Attorney BLUE SPRINGS LAW OFFICE


Paul E. Evans, Attorney at Law, has been successfully representing clients for 20 years in Auto Accidents/Car Wrecks/Injury cases, Personal Injury and Workers Compensation. He has a well earned reputation as an excellent attorney for domestic issues such as Divorce, Child Custody, Visitation, Child Support, Paternity, Relocation, Guardianship, and Adoption.

While acquiring that reputation he also has handled many cases involving Workers Compensation and claims for injuries such as Auto Accidents. He has represented numerous families in death claims and catastrophic bodily injury.

Mr. Evans serves as an adjunct faculty member of Park University as a professor of Business Law.

In his personal life, Paul is an accomplished guitar player and musician and has performed professionally for many years. 


Undergraduate: University of Missouri Kansas City, B.A. 1986
Law School: University of Missouri - Kansas City
Admitted to Bar: 1995
Practice Areas: Personal > Personal Injury
Personal > Estate, Trust Planning
Business Owner
Personal > Medical Malpractice
Personal > Family Law
Personal > Wills and Probate
Organizations: Missouri Bar Association Kansas Bar Association Kansas City Metropolitan Bar Association Eastern Jackson County Bar Association Missouri Association of Trial Attorneys
Gender: Male
Status: Married
Children: More Than 2 Children
Age: 59
City of Residence: Blue Springs, MO
Home Town: Raytown, MO
Home State: MO
My Interests Family, Music, Reading, Learning
My Politics: Moderate
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Workers with back injuries, or carpal tunnel syndrome, or some other preexisting degenerative condition may face the question of whether their symptoms are caused by work-related activities. Missouri law entitles employees to workers’ compensation benefits if they can prove that the preexisting condition was “aggravated or accelerated” by a new “injury” sustained in their employment activities. In other words, work-related functions must result in an identifiable “injury” before compensation is available for worsening of a pre-existing physical condition, or causing a latent condition to surfa
Posted by Paul E Evans on 4.2.14 in Workers Comp. (MO)