The Law Office of Riedmiller, Andersen and Scott LLC.

Mark A. Scott, Esq.

Attorney Mark A. Scott ImageMark A. Scott was born and raised in Wichita, Kansas. He is married and has two daughters. Mark received his B.A. degree from the University of Kansas in 1990 and graduated from Washburn University School of Law in 1993. Mark is proud that both of his daughters have attended the University of Kansas and the whole family are avid Jayhawk basketball fans. He coauthored Plaintiff’s Guide to Court Awarded Attorney Fees, KTLA Journal, Vol. 17, No. 6 (1994), and An Update to Consumer’s Guide to Court-Awarded Attorney Fees, KTLA Journal, Vol. 22, No. 1 (1998). Since 1994, he has coauthored the Insurance chapter in the Kansas Annual Survey yearly update of Kansas law.

Mark is a member of the Kansas Association for Justice, the Kansas Bar Association and the Wichita Bar Association.

Mark’s areas of practice include personal injury, insurance, including underinsured and uninsured motorist claims and products liability. Mark likes to take the time to get to know his clients during his representation of them, as he finds that is the best way to personalize the presentation of their claims so the insurance company can see who his client is, rather than just seeing them as another paper file to shuffle through.

In his free time, Mark enjoys working on classic trucks. His largest undertaking was completely taking apart his 1969 Chevrolet K20 (3/4 ton 4×4) and slowly rebuilding it. What once was powered by a small but mighty 307 is now powered by a 454 backed up with a 4 speed manual transmission and an NP205 transfer case sourced from a donor truck. Additions such as hydroboost brakes, a hydraulic clutch and a new 1-ton front axle have made the truck a bit more modern. Another project is his 1970 Chevrolet K5 Blazer.


Having grown up in the 70’s, Mark is a long time fan of the movie, Smokey and the Bandit. His latest acquisition is a 1980 Pontiac Trans Am. Mark occasionally enjoys taking it to an autocross track, but with an Oldsmobile 455, the Trans Am can hardly be described as nimble in the

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