One Reason You Should Consider KTO Law Firm for Your Personal Injury Case

There are many false assumptions about personal injury cases.  Today I’ll just mention one.  Some people believe they can handle their own case and save themselves the substantial money that an attorney will charge.  While this is a fair consideration, let me give you at least one reason and example as to why that is rarely, if ever,…

KTO Attorney Jeremy Goad, Retired Peace Officer

KTO Law is proud to announce the addition of retired Deputy Sheriff, Lieutenant Jeremy Goad to its litigation team in the Peoria, Arizona office.  A native to Arizona, Jeremy graduated from Arizona State University with a degree in Industrial Technology. He then pursued his dream of becoming a public servant and was hired as a…

KTO Law Firm: Why We Exist

As we close the pages of 2019 and embark on a new year, I will get out my family vision to recall God’s faithfulness to us and measure our fidelity to his plan for our family.  The ritual fills me with humility and gratitude; it leads me forward in hope and great expectations for all that…

Arizona Supreme Court Protects Our Freedom of Speech and Religion Today

Friends, at a time in our nation’s history when fundamental religious liberties are being usurped by cities, states and our federal government, we rejoice when our state’s highest court affirms our religious freedom as it did today.  The Arizona Supreme Court issued its opinion in Brush & Nib, et al v. City of Phoenix, stating in…

Getting Contracts and Other Legal Documents Right Versus Getting Them Easily and Cheaply Through Online Legal Services

Most successful business owners and entrepreneurs I know are frugal in addition to being driven and self-motivated. However, when it comes to online legal services and business contracts, my experience indicates the practice is penny wise but dollar foolish.  The risks outweigh the benefits, and the costs are likely greater in the long run. Why?  Two reasons:…

Lent KTO Style…Seeking Justice for the Oppressed

Today is Ash Wednesday, marking the beginning of Lent.  Beginning in the 4th century, the early church began a seven-week preparation for Easter called Lent. This was a season of repentance and fasting from ordinary activity and perishable food, so that Christians could feast on the true and eternal Living Bread. New believers experienced extensive preparation for…