CHARLES J. HYLAND
CHARLES J. HYLAND
Location: Overland Park, Kansas
Email: Email Me
The Hyland Law Firm, LLC was established to provide excellent legal services to clients at a fair, up-front price, with no hidden costs or charges. In addition to providing excellent legal services, the firm's goal is to create relationships with its clients to ensure their success, whether they are an individual or a company. The Hyland Law Firm has the breadth of experience and business contacts to be a powerful advocate for you. Give us a call, you will be impressed.
Before starting the Hyland Law Firm, Charlie Hyland practiced with Shughart Thomson & Kilroy in Kansas City, Missouri, and then with Sprint Corporation. Throughout his career, Charlie has handled a wide range of matters, from personal injury litigation, to contract negotiation, business formation, and commercial litigation.
Charlie has been married to Liz for more than 23 years. He and Liz have 4 children, Courtney, Andrew, Clare and Luke. When not working, Charlie enjoys coaching football and basketball, reading, travel, and walking his dog Shadow.
AREAS OF PRACTICE
Personal Injury -- Plaintiff
Motor Vehicle Accidents -- Plaintiff
Motor Vehicle Defects
Property Tax Appeals
New York, 2008
U.S. District Court District of Kansas, 1990
U.S. District Court Western District of Missouri, 1991
University of Iowa College of Law, Iowa City, Iowa
J.D. - 1990
Leader One Financial, Inc.
Excel Lighting, LLC
Roffler International, LLC
Phoenix Manufacturing, Inc.
CMW Development, LLC
Design Sense, Inc.
Fat Tony's BBQ
Belly Up BBQ
Kansas Association of Occupational Therapists
Kansas Association of Mortgage Brokers
T&S Video, Inc.
Complete Home Construction
DH Small Engine
Aegis Fire Protection, LLC
Sponge Company, Inc.
PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATIONS AND MEMBERSHIPS
Kansas Bar Association
Missouri Bar Association
PAST EMPLOYMENT POSITIONS
Sprint Corporation, Trial Attorney, Litigation Group, 1995 - 2004
Shughart Thomson & Kilroy, Attorney, 1990 - 1995
PRO BONO ACTIVITIES
Accepts Appointments in Federal Cases