Grace Seger is a DiPasquale Moore Trial Attorney who represents clients in premises liability, products liability, and personal injury matters. She’s known for her empathetic and passionate approach to advocacy and for her ability to guide clients seamlessly through high-stakes cases.
As someone with an innate passion for helping others, Grace gravitated toward the legal profession because it allows her to help people when they need help most. At a young age, she worked as an office assistant for a solo practitioner who specialized in personal injury law and saw first-hand the impact advocates can have on the lives of victims. During law school, she committed herself to becoming an injury lawyer and served as a Law Clerk here at DiPasquale Moore, where she gained the hands-on experience that allowed her to hit the ground running once she joined our team as a Trial Attorney.
In her practice, Grace is known for her tireless commitment to clients. Having been injured in a car wreck and by an animal herself, she’s able to empathize with clients and connect with them personally. This foundation of trust allows her to fight for meaningful recoveries and guide victims through what are often unfamiliar and emotionally turbulent times.
Grace was born and raised in Olathe, Kansas and graduated from Olathe East High School. She earned her bachelor’s in Psychology and Political Science from the University of Kansas in just two years before moving on to the University of Kansas School of Law, where she earned her J.D.
When not advocating for clients, Grace enjoys playing with her puppy, Ella, and spending time with friends and family, especially if it involves watching a Sporting KC soccer game. She’s also actively involved in volunteer and charitable work and serves as the head coach of the University of Kansas Undergraduate Mock Trial Competition Team, where she teaches roughly 60 individuals the “ins and outs” of the legal profession through a simulated trial experience.