Jacob Pruett

Jacob Pruett

Trial Attorney

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Attorney Jacob Pruett is a prelitigation attorney of DiPasquale Moore, working out of our office in Kansas City, Missouri. He primarily focuses on cases involving premises liabilitycar accidentsmotorcycle accidents, and truck accidents with the intent to secure a fair settlement for our clients before the matter escalates to a trial.

Jacob grew up in Kansas City and knew early on that he wanted a career in the law. He went to undergraduate school at the University of Missouri-Columbia before going to the Florida Coastal School of Law to complete his J.D.

After law school, he started his own successful general practice before catching the attention of a major insurance company, which hired him as an insurance defense attorney. However, Jacob soon realized that he wanted to help people in need, not necessarily corporations in need, and switched back to plaintiff representation and found his home here at DiPasquale Moore. He uses an empathetic, pragmatic, and compassionate approach, paired with his in-depth knowledge earned as a former insurance defense lawyer, to help our clients through what might be the toughest times of their lives.

To unwind, Jacob likes to spend time with his wife and three sons. He is also an enthusiastic golfer and often watches a variety of competitive and professional sports.

Licensed In

  • Missouri


  • Pre Litigation


  • University of Missouri-Columbia
  • Florida Coastal School of Law


Kansas City Office

4600 Madison Ave. ,
Suite 1200

Kansas City, MO 64112
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