Randy Stalcup - Law Office Of Randy Stalcup



Randy Stalcup
Law Office Of Randy Stalcup
P.O. Box 516
Andover, KS 67002

316-213-9247

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Randy Stalcup
Law Office Of Randy Stalcup

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Law School

Albany of Union University
1976

Website

https://randystalcuplaw.com/

316-213-9247


Randy Stalcup was born and raised in Barton and Stafford counties, in the south central part of Kansas. He attended and graduated from Wichita State University with a Major in Political Science. He also served as the Judge of Stafford County, Juvenile and Probate Courts. Randy Stalcup received his Juris Doctor Degree from Washburn University School of Law in Topeka, Kansas. He commenced his career in Wichita, Kansas by joining a firm that emphasized a general practice and involved extensive litigation with related legal research. Randy Stalcup also served as an Associate Attorney with Pistotnik Law Offices for almost 20 years with the major practice areas involving workers’ compensation and personal injury.


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How Will Your Kansas Motorcycle Incident be Investigated?

Across the United States, the popularity of the motorcycle continues to steadily grow and attract more people so much so that the numbers have never been higher as to how many households in the country own a motorcycle. Kansas is the 32nd state in the nation for the prevalence of registered motorcycles. While men are the biggest consumers of the vehicle, women, and people in the age range of 18-22 are also growing in numbers with respect to buying and registering a motorcycle.
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What to Expect When a Kansas Personal Injury Accident Causes a Bicep Tendon Tear

When your biceps tendon tears it will do so either partially or completely. As the names of these types of tears suggest, a partial tear means that a portion of the tendon is still attached while a complete tear severs the tendon totally and is cut into two. A biceps tendon can tear from overuse and from being damaged in an injury accident. 
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