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Fraud

In both Missouri and Kansas, businesses have a duty to tell you the truth about the products they sell. That means businesses cannot legally lie to you, and it also means they have a duty to tell you about any known material defects in the product, such as significant engine problems or prior vehicle accidents that resulted in significant damage. Sometimes, in addition to violating state fraud laws, these problems may also fall under the state consumer protection laws, such as the Missouri Merchandising Practices Act or the Kansas Consumer Protection Act.

Civil Justice Law Firm LLC has helped numerous consumers in Missouri and Kansas to recover money owed by businesses for misconduct like lying about the condition of a car, or selling a vehicle without a title. Please contact CJLF to discuss your situation. Initial consultations are free, and the firm often handles such cases on a contingent-fee basis, meaning attorney fees are paid only out of money recovered in the lawsuit.

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