John F. Wilcox, Jr.

  • Undergrad School: Missouri State University; BS Political Science and Psychology
  • Law School: University of Kansas
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Firm: Dysart Taylor
700 West 47th Street
Suite 410
Kansas City MO 64112
United States

Between his time as a prosecutor and his subsequent civil practice, John is an experienced litigator who has tried hundreds of cases to verdict. Since joining Dysart Taylor in 2000, he has helped clients in the areas of transportation and logistics, products liability, construction and insurance defense. In his transportation practice, John represents clients in the trucking industry, advising and defending motor carriers, drivers, 3PLs, shippers, manufacturers and governmental entities in wrongful death, serious personal injury and property claims. John is a past president of The Transportation Lawyers Association and served as co-chair of the Missouri Bar Tort & Transportation Committee.

USLAW Practice Group Affiliations

  • Complex Tort and Product Liability: Primary
  • Mediation and Arbitration: Primary
  • Retail and Hospitality Law: Alternate 1
  • Transportation and Logistics: Alternate 1
  • White Collar Defense: Primary

Resources & Articles

Dysart Taylor’s John Wilcox named Pro Bono Champion

Dysart Taylor’s John Wilcox named Pro Bono Champion

Posted October 22, 2022

Dysart Taylor president John F. Wilcox, Jr. was recognized by the Kansas City Metropolitan Bar Association as a “Pro Bono Champion” in connection with his work through the Volunteer Attorney Project (VAP) of Legal Aid of Western Missouri. Wilcox’s dedication to helping his clients is always present, but for this case in… Continue Reading

What Could an Infrastructure Bill Mean to Your Company and Your Industry

What Could an Infrastructure Bill Mean to Your Company and Your Industry

Posted October 19, 2021

Featuring Thomas A. Ped, Williams Kastner (Portland, OR); John F. Wilcox, Jr., Dysart Taylor Cotter McMonigle & Brumitt, P.C. (Kansas City, MO) About this program The 2021 infrastructure bill promises to make massive federal investments in public transit, passenger rail, roads and bridges, clean drinking water, internet broadband and clean… Continue Reading

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