Understanding The Kansas Consumer Protection Act With Help From A Consumer Protection Lawyer
The rights of Kansas consumers are protected under the Kansas Consumer Protection Act (KCPA). At Waddell Law Firm LLC, we help people understand their rights under the FDCPA and KCPA by taking a personal, one-on-one approach to gathering information and explaining possible actions. We then apply the law to each client’s individual situation and push toward a favorable outcome through a settlement or award.
Some features of the KCPA that benefit consumers include:
- Providing civil penalties of up to $10,000 for violations
- Enhanced penalties of up to $20,000 for violations affecting disabled or elderly (60 years of age or older) persons
- The statute of limitations under the KCPA is three years as opposed to one under the FDCPA
- Many KCPA violations do not require proof of intent on the part of suppliers to be actionable under the law
For an in-depth explanation of the KCPA, the MMPA and other consumer rights legislation, we encourage you to contact our office and speak with our lead attorney, Scott Waddell, during a free consultation.
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Consumer protection laws can be complex and difficult to interpret. By working with our firm, you will receive clear, straightforward explanations of the law and how it can be applied to your situation. Take a moment and call our Prairie Village law office at 816-399-5510 or by sending us an email via our online contact form.