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Kay Van Wey

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Battling Dr. Death and Fighting The System: Kay Van Wey, Van Wey, Presby and Williams, PLLC

That One Case

In this episode of That One Case, we talk with Kay Van Wey, board-certified personal injury lawyer and founder of Van Wey, Presby and Williams PLLC. Kay has thirty years' experience representing clients who have been injured in an accident or during medical treatment and operates throughout Texas and Oklahoma.On today’s show, Kay tells us the incredible story of how she brought Christopher Duntsch, also known as "Dr. Death", to justice. She shares with us how one case turned into almost ten and how the series of events revealed even more troubling problems with the healthcare system and the medical board.Have you got a story about your legal career that you’d like to share? Get in touch with us over at That One Case.For more information about Kay, check out her LinkedIn. Or to find out more about her work, head over to the Van Wey, Presby and Williams website.


15 Mar 2021

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How Did Your Law Firm Adapt to COVID-19 with Kay Van Wey

Lawyer Mastermind Podcast

Kay Van Wey is a Board Certified Personal Injury Trial Lawyer and Patient Safety Advocate at her firm Van Wey, Presby & Williams. She has over 30 years of experience and has received many accolades in her time practicing law.In this episode, Casey talks with Kay about how her law firm adapted to COVID-19 and Kay offers her expertise on how to adapt to the new normal. Make sure to listen to the episode and follow us on social media.Read the full transcript on our website here. This Podcast is sponsored by Juris Digital


28 Jul 2020

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Clienting #56: Kay Van Wey on National PR and Dr. Death

Clienting: Digital Legal Marketing

Kay Van Wey is a  board-certified personal injury trial lawyer with over 30 years of experience. She is the principal owner and founder of Van Wey, Presby & Williams, a Dallas, Texas-based personal injury litigation boutique firm. When Kay isn’t managing her firm or practicing law, she advocates for patient safety. Kay is a big believer in finding your "why", which is one of the things she credits for her ongoing enthusiasm for her work. Getting more news coverage- how do you take 1 high-profile case and get more than 15 minutes of fame? Publicity - high profile cases and were stories that needed to be told and developed relationships with reporters. How are you keeping up those relationships? Capitalizing on them? Dr. Death/Dr. Duntsch high profile case and got lots of PR spent lots of time & money on that case Dr. Duntsch reached out to Kay to threaten and ask for a job. Dr. Oz show - thought she'd get tons of clients from that and didn't Dallas news organizations Attorney At Law magazine articles Small but Mighty article: https://attorneyatlawmagazine.com/kay-van-wey "Standing up for the little guy" Marketing has been hard over the years and has involved a lot of patience and learning. When it comes to picking a marketing agency, Kay has been really picky about content, which makes the cost high from her time and her associates time perspective. 10 years prior to Dr. Dutch, Kay's firm represented a similar case and was on 60 minutes. Unfortuantely with no effect or results of getting clients. It just shows that big PR cases don't necessarily lead to more clients in your firm. 


13 Apr 2020

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Kay Van Wey│State of Texas v. Christopher Duntsch│Multi-Million Dollar Settlement - Part 1

The Great Trials Podcast

This week, your hosts Steve Lowry and Yvonne Godfrey interview Kay Van Wey of Van Wey, Presby, And Williams ( https://www.vanweylaw.com/   ) Remember to rate and review GTP in iTunes: Click Here To Rate and ReviewCase Details: In the first of a two-episode series, 17-time Dallas Super Lawyer Kay Van Wey shares how she held neurosurgeon Dr. Christopher Duntsch – widely known as “Dr. Death” – accountable for performing surgeries under the influence of drugs and alcohol and failing to execute procedures properly, often resulting in patient paralysis or death. Representing a number of Dr. Duntsch’s victims, Kay exposed the lack of protection from medical regulatory bodies that are supposed to protect patients from dangerous doctors. Dr. Duntsch is one of the first physicians to be criminally convicted for severely injuring a patient. His heinous actions and operating room horror stories were the focus of the popular Dr. Death Podcast, hosted by top medical journalist Laura Beil. Click Here to Read/Download the Complete Trial DocumentsGuest Bio: Kay Van Wey I’m Kay Van Wey, a Board Certified Personal Injury Trial  Lawyer and Patient Safety Advocate. My clients are everyday people who have been seriously injured by a healthcare provider, medical device, or prescription drug or involved in a life altering accident. I am passionate about helping my clients. My team and I take a personalized, hands-on approach to helping our clients navigate the legal system and ultimately achieve the justice and compensation they deserve. I understand just how confusing the legal landscape is and how when you are injured or grieving it is difficult to understand the complexities and navigate through the legal maze.   In experiencing my own personal family tragedy in my late 30’s, I understand first-hand what it feels like to be a victim and go through the difficult process of healing and the road to justice. This is one of the primary reasons that I do this work.   My patient safety advocacy comes from my passion to ensure that bad medical practices, doctors, and procedures that lead to unfortunate outcomes that could be avoided are removed or lessened so that no one else suffers.   You may know me as one of the lawyers that prosecuted multiple civil cases against “Dr. Death.” I  had the privilege of representing many of his victims. As I have always said and believed, most doctors are good doctors — and good people. But the system for how we identify, report, and stop bad doctors is failing patients. The tragedy of the Christopher Duntsch story is that so many patients were harmed before he could be stopped. This is just incomprehensible and unacceptable.Accomplishments: Texas Super Lawyer (2003 to 2018) – 15+ consecutive years, peer selectionAvvo, 10 rated, peer selectionMillion Dollar Advocate Forum – based on results  achieved for past clientsMulti-Million Dollar Advocate Forum – based on results achieved for past clientsD- Best Lawyer – peer selection, multiple yearsDallas Bar Association “Trial Legend”- peer selectionMy track record is based on hard work, diligence, and pursuing each case that I take to help my clients achieve the justice that they are seeking.   Read Full BioShow Sponsors:Legal Technology Services - LTSatlanta.comDigital Law Marketing - DigitalLawMarketing.comHarris, Lowry, and Manton - hlmlawfirm.comFree Resources: Stages Of A Jury Trial - Part 1 Stages Of A Jury Trial - Part 2

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7 Jan 2020

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Breaking the Personal Injury Paradigm and the Power of No with Kay Van Wey

Law Firm Growth Podcast

In spite of operating in one of the most competitive practice areas in the world, Kay Van Wey was able to scale her practice by an astounding 500% in the past year. Find out how she was able to work only with "dream" clients (and dream paydays) through process and nicheing her practice.Free bonus for show listeners! Click here to get access to the video course and scripts our clients have used to double their case files without spending another dime on marketing. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.


30 Aug 2019