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At Clyde and Wood, we have intentionally kept our firm small to maintain the special services we have to offer our clients. Our partners, Dennis Clyde and Ron Wood, have over 40 years of combined trial and litigation experience focusing in their respective areas of personal injury, medical negligence, divorce and condemnation law.

Clyde and Wood are experienced trial attorneys emphasizing practice in the areas of personal injury, automobile negligence, medical negligence, commercial litigation, domestic relations and general civil litigation.

Interested parties may refer to our lawyers section for details. Please feel free to call for a free telephone consultation at (913) 663-4446.

Office Hours:
Monday – Friday: 08:30 AM – 05:00 PM

Contact Us:
Clyde & Wood, LLC
Compass Corporate Centre
11225 College Blvd., Ste. 110
Overland Park, KS  66210
(913) 663-4446 – Phone
(913) 663-5335 – Fax

Reviews of Clyde and Wood, LLC

Long Lasting Relationship

I have had a long and lasting relationship with Dennis Clyde and Ron Wood. I have used them both for almost every aspect of my life. Dennis has represented all of my company matters as if it was his. Also he is very good at handling very delicate situations with clients and employees. I have recommended him to everyone I know and all have had nothing but good to say because he usually always finishes well. The many hours they spend researching your issues so they can become the expert on the case always surprises the others. Thank you Clyde and Wood for all you have done for me.

And you thought there was no such thing as a “Good Attorney”

I’ve always been told there is no such thing as a good attorney… then I had the pleasure of working with Dennis and Ron. These are two GREAT attorneys! Along with being amazing in the courtroom, they are kind and thoughtful to boot! What gives? Where was the blood sucking? Where was the back stabbing? Nowhere to be seen. And did I mention that in my many (yup, I keep coming back) dealing with these guys I’ve yet to see them lose? If that’s not the definition of a “good attorney”, then I don’t know what is.

Beyond Expectations

Clyde & Wood has represented me in civil litigation several times over the past six years, and I have nothing but praise for this firm. I may be somewhat biased, as they have won all of my cases, but my satisfaction goes much deeper than that. Both Dennis and Ron have INTEGRITY, are knowledgeable, and are very personable. It has been comforting to know that when I entered the courtroom, no one in the room was more prepared or sharper than the professional representing me. I have worked with several other attorneys during my 37 years in business, some of them very good, but none of them better than these guys. I have worked with large firms and small firms, and my experience tells me that you can find good representation in both. However, you can only find Dennis and Ron at this firm.

Great Work

I have been both a personal client and corporate client of Dennis Clyde and Ron Wood for several years. Their work is always professional, timely and accurate.

I am updated throughout the process and consulted with regularly. The firm is as good as it gets.

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