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Civil Justice Law Firm LLC represents workers and consumers who have been mistreated by businesses.  Many employers take advantage of their workers by failing to pay for all the time employees work, misclassifying workers as “exempt” from overtime laws, or improperly deducting from employees’ wages.  State and federal law protects workers’ wages.  Civil Justice Law Firm founder Lee Anderson has represented literally thousands of workers to recover unpaid wages.

Consumers have rights when dealing with businesses.  Federal and state law protects consumers of goods and services from fraud and deception, abusive debt collection practices, and numerous other unfair business practices.

If a current or past employer has not paid you for all the time you worked, or if you’re being abused or cheated by a company you’ve done business with, please contact Civil Justice Law Firm.  Consultations are free and confidential, and contacting us for a free consultation does not create an attorney-client relationship.  The firm handles cases on a contingent-fee basis, so if we agree to represent you, you pay attorney fees only if and when you win your case.  In some cases, the court may require the defendant business to directly pay the consumer’s or worker’s attorney fees.

The firm is located in Kansas City, Missouri, and is currently focusing on unpaid wage and consumer rights cases in Kansas City, Columbia, Springfield, Jefferson City, and surrounding areas.


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    “Our Nation, so richly endowed with natural resources and with a capable and industrious population should be able to devise ways and means of insuring… a fair day’s pay for a fair day’s work.”  FDR, May 1934 The law has evolved to protect workers’ rights, but many employers continue to...
    In a “recent” (1962) address to the U.S. Congress, President John F. Kennedy discussed the importance of laws to protect American consumers: http://www.presidency.ucsb.edu/ws/?pid=9108  (Note: the link is to an unaffiliated website operated by ucsb.edu.) Perhaps most stunning about President Kennedy’s observations are their relevance today, over 50 years later....
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