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Get to know us: Attorney Ben Stelter-Embry

If you’ve been following our blog, you know we are introducing you to each one of the fine folks that make up Protzman Law Firm.  If this is the first time you’ve visited our site, welcome! We recently had attorney Ben Stelter-Embry take time to tell us a little more about himself. Meet Ben!

Ben is a tireless and tenacious advocate for his clients. With courtroom experience in both state and federal courts, he has extensive experience in all phases of litigation and, over the course of his career, has successfully represented a diverse clientele in a broad range of complex business, civil rights, employment and personal injury litigation.

Practicing law, in large part, is about building relationships with clients. That’s why Ben takes a hands-on approach to handling each and every case – from intake to investigation, from negotiation with insurance companies to settlement or litigation of their matter.

Before joining Protzman Law Firm, Ben was a managing attorney at Legal Aid of Western Missouri and an associate at two area firms representing public and private entities in a wide range of legal matters. In addition, Ben was an award-winning journalist before attending law school. His work has appeared on National Public Radio, WNYC, KCUR-FM, Vermont Public Radio, Ingram’s Magazine and the Poynter Institute, among others.

Ben received his B.A. in Philosophy from Bates College and his J.D. from the University of Missouri—Kansas City School of Law. Before graduating, Ben served as an intern to the Honorable Richard Larsen of the United States District Court for the Western District of Missouri.

Ben is admitted to practice law in Missouri and Kansas. Ben is an active member of the Missouri Bar and a 2017 graduate of the Missouri Bar Leadership Academy. Ben is also a board committee member of Legal Aid of Western Missouri and active in local politics.

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