Suzanne Hale Robinson started her career as a personal injury attorney with a small family and personal injury law firm. After five years, Suzanne left her firm and co-founded Hale Robinson & Robinson.
Suzanne supports all personal injury cases across Missouri and Kansas.
Suzanne has lived in the Kansas City area for over 30 years and has developed a deep connection with the community and its residents.
Suzanne specializes in personal injury law including:
Suzanne has the experience and ability to help get your case resolved. Suzanne enjoys taking on insurance companies and getting clients life-changing results. Suzanne is willing to fight for her clients. Sometimes a settlement conference is all it takes, other times a trial and appeal are necessary.
No matter what it takes, Suzanne is willing to go to battle for her clients and take the case as far as necessary to get her clients the results they desire. Suzanne has taken numerous cases to trial in Kansas and Missouri, getting her client’s great results.
Suzanne graduated from The University of Kansas in 2012 with a Bachelor’s Degree in English.
She then went on to graduate from The University of Kansas School of Law in 2015, becoming licensed in both Kansas and Missouri.
Suzanne has been recognized by Kansas City Magazine on numerous occasions for her outstanding legal work.
“I understand how hard litigation can be, and I try to be more than just a lawyer to my clients. I want to be someone who my client knows is always going to be on their side and have their best interests at heart. I really strive to get to know my clients and be a shoulder to lean on while they are going through a hard time. I pride myself on always being honest to my clients. I do not just tell my clients what they want to hear to keep them happy. I give them a realistic view of how their case may turn out. This is one way I have found to keep expectations realistic and costs of litigation as low as possible.” Suzanne Hale Robinson
Find out if you have a case by booking your free consultation with Suzanne.