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Aaron Good, litigation attorney at Klenda Austerman, is a sought-after source for personal injury and employment matters. A broad base of knowledge representing business and individuals, plaintiffs and defendants, gives him an edge when representing his clients. Aaron listens first, focusing on his client’s story and desired outcome before assessing attainability of legal action. His frank demeanor ensures clients have realistic direction before litigation begins.
Aaron represents corporate clients and insurers in a wide array of litigation matters. He’s a skilled litigator for individual victims who’ve suffered serious injuries because of the negligence of others, including distracted, careless or reckless driving; negligence by a health care professional or provider; personal injuries caused by defective products and machinery; and workplace negligence. Good has successfully resolved numerous wrongful death, insurance bad faith, medical malpractice and products liability cases.
He provides effective and efficient legal representation to construction related entities, owners, contractors, subcontractors, and suppliers involved in lien and breach of contract disputes. When disputes cannot be resolved by negotiation, mediation and other alternative dispute resolution measures, Aaron advocates for his clients in the courtroom. His goal is to ensure proper payment to his clients for services rendered under contracts.
Each employment law matter is unique. Good’s natural curiosity for uncovering the entire story, helps him counsel clients on all areas of employer/employee relationships. Aaron represents individuals with workplace discrimination concerns due to race, national origin, sex, religion, age, disability or pregnancy.
Aaron also works with employers to understand the legal claims of an EEOC or KHRC investigation, gather data, and defend the company during investigation, mediation or lawsuit.
“Do a good job, and your client will tell five people. Do a bad job, and they’ll tell a hundred.” Aaron understands that his failures will resonate louder than his victories. His hunger for justice and dedication to his client’s successes keeps him doing “a good job” regardless of the hurdles in his path.
When he isn’t in the office, he’s sharing his love of baseball by coaching disadvantaged youth in the inner-city League 42. Aaron constantly has a DIY home project going, his loyal dog Otis always managing the project close by. When the weather gets cooler, Aaron and his wife Erin hit the road to cheer on the Kansas State Wildcat football team.