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George H. Pearson III began his journey into the law profession at an early age. Growing up in Kansas, George always knew that he wanted to help people, and enjoyed working with the members of his community to serve those in need. When he set off for college in 1974 he decided to major in accounting, believing that he might be able to forge a path that would allow him to help those who were facing financial challenges. Upon graduation from Kansas State University in 1978, he quickly realized that his talents might be better utilized by learning to use the law to serve his community.

After graduating from Kansas State University, George was quickly accepted into the Washburn University School of Law in Topeka, where he could begin his journey toward becoming a lawyer. During his time as a student, he proudly served as a law clerk for professor Roy Bartlett, learning valuable lessons about the law and how to successfully navigate the legal system. After three years of hard work and dedication, he received his Juris Doctor in 1981 and passed the Kansas bar the very same year. He immediately caught on with a local firm, allowing him to begin working on personal injury and workers' compensation cases in the Topeka area.

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By 1983, George soon realized that in order to better focus on his clients, he would need to strike out on his own where he could personally manage his own caseload. That's when he decided to open the doors to his very own firm, the George Pearson Law Firm. With his own firm, George was able to focus on personal injury and workers' compensation cases full time — an area of the law that he felt would provide him the opportunity to make a difference in his community by helping those in need, who often had no one to turn to for support.

Since he opened the doors to the George Pearson Law Firm in 1983, George has made it his mission to provide the highest level of legal advice, support, and representation to anyone facing the difficult struggles of personal injury. After over 35 years of work, he's come to understand that anyone who has been injured due to the negligence of another has the right to be compensated for their pain and suffering. He's personally seen the toll that a serious injury can have on a person's life, and is committed to working with his clients in their time of need to help them seek justice. He believes that treating every client with compassion and respect is the only way to build a successful case, and will maintain an honest and collaborative approach with all of his clients from start to finish. His goal is to help them understand all of their options so that together, they can find a resolution that can help them recover from their injuries and get their life back. After all, that is his job — and he wouldn't have it any other way.

Bar Admissions

  • Kansas, 1981

Education

  • B.A in Accounting - Kansas State University, 1978
  • J.D. - Washburn University School of Law in Topeka, 1981

Professional Associations & Memberships

  • Kansas Trial Lawyers Association - Member
  • American Bar Association - Member
  • Kansas Bar Association - Member
  • AVVO Rating - 10