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Ashley Hart

Trial Attorney
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Drawn to helping others from a young age, Attorney Ashley Hart strives to be the kind of attorney who advocates for her clients’ needs and roots for their success. After completing her undergraduate degree in Political Science at the University of Kansas, Ashley went on to earn her Juris Doctorate from Washburn University School of Law.

Before joining DiPasquale Moore as a personal injury lawyer in Kansas City, Ashley had the opportunity to practice as a VA-certified veteran’s disability lawyer, where she tirelessly fought for the rights of disabled veterans. With a hands-on approach, a direct communication style, and a deep sense of compassion, she is proud to help injury victims seek justice throughout Kansas and Missouri.

When she’s not helping her clients, Ashley loves to spend time playing with her two dogs and cat. She also enjoys traveling, reading, and supporting her favorite team, the Kansas City Chiefs.

Licensed In

  • Missouri
  • Kansas

Professional Associations 

  • Missouri Bar Association
  • Kansas Bar Association
  • Kansas City Metropolitan Bar Association
  • American Association for Justice
  • Missouri Association of Trial Attorneys


  • Washburn University School of Law
  • University of Kansas
  • Sumner Academy of Arts & Sciences


  • Pre Litigation

Why Choose Our Firm

  • We have a track record of success
  • We are dedicated to professionalism and high-quality legal representation
  • We offer each prospective client a free consultation
  • Our attorneys have over 100 years of collective legal experience
  • We work on a contingency fee basis, meaning you only pay if we win your case

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