Brad Pistotnik Law
Abogado El Toro

Accident Attorney in Hope, Kansas

Personal Injury Accident Attorney and Lawyer in Hope, Kansas. Brad Pistotnik Law helps injury victims and is an accident attorney practicing across the State of Kansas including Hope and Dickinson County. Brad Pistotnik Law has personal injury attorneys and personal injury lawyers who are truly experienced in getting money for people involved in personal injury accidents. Our personal injury lawyers handle auto accidents, car accidents, motorcycle accidents and our personal injury attorneys handle truck accidents, tractor-trailer accidents and semi accidents.

Hope, Kansas is located about 25 miles southeast of Abilene. Hope has much interesting history hidden inside, including President Dwight D. Eisenhower's family. In 1871, a group of about forty people, led by Newell Thurstin, began planning a town site in Hope. The town is said to be named after one of Thurstin's sons. David Jacob Eisenhower, the father of US President Dwight David Eisenhower, lived in a 160-acre ranch near Hope from 1878 to his enrollment at Lane University. He and his partner, Milton Good, operated a general store here in 1885. The motto of Hope is "There Will Always Be Hope in Kansas", which is also the name of a song. Hope has many interesting and unique people making it a cultural and interesting place to visit.

People needing an accident attorney or lawyer in the Hope and Dickinson County area can get an accident attorney quickly by looking at 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. Tony Atterbury can be reached at 316-617-9237.

The ZIP code for Hope is 67451. Hope has a 2013 population of approximately 355 people. Hope and Dickinson County are known for having very dangerous highway areas for traffic accidents that are fatal. Hope can be reached from a group of highways including State Highway 4, State Highway 43 and other roads. Hope’s highways have substantial traffic flow of tractor-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. Be careful when traveling on State Highway 4 and State Highway 43 so that you and your family are safe.