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Significant Victories

$ 8,800,000.00 Jury Verdict Product Liability Case

$ 75,000,000.00 Settlement Product Liability Cases

$ 15,000,000.00 Settlement Personal Injury Case

$ 10,000,000.00 Settlement Personal Injury Case

$ 55,000,000.00 Settlement Product Liability Cases

$ 12,000,000.00 Jury Verdict Personal Injury Case

$ 12,000,000.00 Settlement Insurance Coverage Case

$ 10,000,000.00 Judgment Personal Injury Case

$ 2,200,000,000.00 Jury Verdict Pharmaceutical Case

$ 4,400,000.00 Jury Verdict Personal Injury Case

$ 30,000,000.00 Settlement Personal Injury Case

$ 3,750,000.00 Settlement Personal Injury Case

$ 6,800,000.00 Jury Verdict Employment Case

$ 1,000,000.00 Jury Verdict Employment Case

Find out your Workers' Rights in Kansas

There is absolutely no excuse whatsoever for having your worker’s rights violated in the state of Kansas. Everyone in Kansas is entitled to the same worker’s rights, no matter what their position. So if you feel that you have had your worker’s rights violated then you must contact a Kansas worker’s rights lawyer at Ketchmark and McCreight, P.C.

Kansas has basic worker’s rights in place in order to ensure that each and every worker is protected. The employment laws also aim to make sure that employers adhere to a number of rules in terms of pay, vacation and basic employment conditions.

If your employer has violated any of the worker’s rights listed below then you should think about contacting a worker’s rights attorney at Ketchmark and McCreight, P.C. There is no reason why your working life should be disrupted because of a worker’s rights violation in Kansas.

Have a read of some of the worker’s rights that your employers are expected to adhere to under Kansas state employment laws in this article.

Categories: Employment Law


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