Kansas City Law Firm

Troppito + Miller LLC, attorneys at law, specializes in helping people with personal bankruptcy, criminal defense (including DWI/DUI), construction law, workers compensation and more. We offer affordable rates and free estimates from an experienced attorney. We believe in excellent and courteous client service. In fact, a significant number of our clients are referred to us by past clients.

We look forward to representing you in any legal matters that you may have. Experienced and professional lawyers serving the Kansas City community (both Missouri and Kansas):

Bankruptcy Attorneys

Our lawyers have successfully handled thousands of personal bankruptcies, including: Chapter 7, Chapter 11 and Chapter 13 bankruptcies.

DWI/DUI Attorneys

With a former prosecutor on our team, we can help with driving while intoxicated (DWI) or driving under the influence (DUI) charges. Our lawyers can help get your driving privileges back.

Criminal Defense Attorneys

Our experienced criminal defense lawyers can help with local, state or federal cases, including: traffic tickets, drug charges, conspiracy, assault/battery, weapons/guns, Internet pornography and murder/manslaughter.

Construction Law Attorneys

We have lawyers experienced construction law and litigation, liens, construction transactions and collections.

Other Legal Practices

We offer personal injury and worker's compensation, debtor/creditor (foreclosures, collections, credit cards, loans, etc) and commercial litigation.

Traffic Law Attorneys

Our experienced lawyers can help with you keep your driving license/privileges, including: speeding tickets, no insurance, driving while suspended/revoked licenses, and many other driving/license violations.

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