Paul practices in the areas of product liability and general tort litigation. He drafts motions, conducts legal research, provides trial support and fulfills discovery requests in a wide variety of personal injury and insurance cases.
A former construction worker, Paul applies his practical understanding of machinery and safety procedures to resolve legal issues in personal injury cases involving heavy equipment, worksite conditions and alleged product defects. Through his construction work, Paul operated and repaired a variety of machines—including skid loaders, dump trucks and backhoes—and he understands how various components work together in complex machines and devices. Paul uses this knowledge to craft warnings and safeguards to prevent injuries, helping his clients avoid paying for accidents in litigation.
Paul has combined his ability to understand complex machines with his communications degree to further develop his analytical and advocacy skills. In law school, he capitalized on nine years of policy debate competition experience in his school’s moot court program, which culminated in his team winning the school’s tournament, along with the Top Oral Advocate and Best Brief Awards.
The son of an immigrant, Paul speaks Spanish and is dedicated to serving Hispanic youth and immigrants in his community and church. In his practice, Paul uses his bilingual skills to evaluate testimony from Spanish-speaking witnesses and plaintiffs to give his clients a more complete understanding of the facts in his cases. Paul is also active in several Hispanic organizations in Kansas City. This commitment to community service earned Paul the Janean Meigs Memorial Award upon his graduation from law school.
Eileen L. Moss, Ann M. Songer & Paul H. Mose, Reducing Past and Future Medical Damages Through the Affordable Care Act, DRI's For the Defense, July 2016.
Paul Mose, Wet 'n Wild: When Water Rides Should be Subject to the Highest Duty of Care, 63 U. Kan. L. Rev. 787 (2015).