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Kansas City Civil Rights Violations Attorney

Your Civil Rights Are Worth Protecting

People don’t always understand how important their civil rights are until the police, an employer or someone else tramples on them. If your civil rights were violated, don’t assume everything will be alright. You may have a fight on your hands to make the person or entity responsible for the violation understand the gravity of their actions.

Goza & Honnold is a leading Kansas City Personal Injury Lawyers and metropolitan-area law practice that is ready to help you fight to protect your civil rights. Our trial attorneys have extensive experience successfully representing clients in cases involving:

  • Police brutality, excessive force.
  • Wrongful detainment.
  • Refusal to provide a government service.
  • Job discrimination.
  • Illegal firing, wrongful discharge.

Do You Have a Civil Rights Claim?

Litigation involving violations of the Civil Rights Act is complex and case law is being written every day. If you feel you were mistreated by the police or have suffered discrimination because of your age, race, or religion, talk to one of our lawyers. We will give you a clear explanation of how the courts are likely to view your case. You won’t know if you have a legitimate claim unless you pursue it.

Our Attorneys Have Earned the Highest AV* Rating by Our Peers

If you believe that you may have a claim for personal injury, or if you have other questions about our firm, please call us toll-free at (913) 451-3433 or contact us by e-mail to arrange a free consultation.

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