Brad Pistotnik Law helps injury victims and is an accident attorney practicing across the State of Kansas including Fort Scott and Bourbon County.
Fort Scott is the county seat of Bourbon County. Fort Scott is a historic town and known as having the oldest community college in the state of Kansas, Fort Scott Community College, founded in 1919. Fort Scott was established and garrisoned by the U.S. Army from 1842-1853. The soldiers assisted in protecting the Permanent Indian Frontier. Fort Scott was established as a town in 1857. Fort Scott continued to play a large roll with the U.S. Army throughout the Civil War. Fort Scott boarders Kansas and Missouri, with a city total area of 5.59 square miles. Fort Scott is home to the Gordon Parks Center for Culture and Diversity housed at the Fort Scott Community College Fine Arts Center. Fort Scott holds an annual town festival, the first weekend of June, called the Good Ol’ Days. The Marmaton River flows on the west side of Fort Scott is famous for its trout fishing and for Gunn Park, a 100 year old park on the banks of the Marmaton River. A few of the largest employers in Fort Scott are Carlisle Transportation Products, Cobalt MedPlans, Labconco and Mercy Health Systems of Kansas, Inc. Fort Scott has many interesting and unique people making it a cultural and interesting place to visit.
People needing an accident attorney or lawyer in Fort Scott and the Bourbon County area can get an accident attorney quickly by looking at BradPistotniklaw.com for a free consultation. Brad can be reached at any time at 800-241-BRAD. He can be reached on his cell phone at 316-706-5020. The ZIP code for Fort Scott is 66701. Fort Scott has a population of approximately 8,087 people. Fort Scott and Bourbon are very dangerous highway areas for traffic accidents that are fatal. Fort Scott can be reached from a group of highways including Highway 7, Highway 54, and Highway 69. Highway 69 and Highway 54 are notorious for having a substantial traffic flow of tractors-trailers, big rigs and 18 wheelers.
The shoulders on these roads are very narrow. A large number of Kansans are killed or severely injured every year due to the negligence of large trucks, driving across the state, on these dangerous highways to avoid toll and weigh stations. You need to drive and be careful when traveling on Highway 7, Highway 54 and Highway 69 so that you and your family are safe.