Kansas City Employment Law Attorneys

Workers are provided with various protections under both state and federal law. Unfortunately, employers sometimes violate these laws, resulting in the need for legal action. Whether you were wrongfully denied overtime wages, terminated for reporting your employer’s misconduct, or subjected to discrimination, a skillful employment attorney can help ensure you obtain the relief you need. The legal team at Brady & Associates has been dedicated to advocating for the rights of workers for two decades and is committed to securing the best possible results in their cases.

Experienced Attorneys Fighting for Your Rights

If you have been wronged by your employer, it’s crucial to take a stand. Not only can being mistreated in the workplace have an economic impact on you and your family, but an emotional one as well. While facing your employer might feel daunting, a dedicated employment law attorney can fight for the monetary recovery you deserve.

At Brady & Associates, we handle a wide variety of employment law cases, including the following:

No matter what type of employment law matter you are facing, our experienced employment lawyers know what it takes to secure a favorable outcome in a case. We are adept negotiators and aggressive litigators who will not back down — even against the toughest opposition.

Contact a Diligent Kansas City Employment Lawyer

If you have an employment law issue, it’s best to have an attorney by your side who can explain your legal rights and options. Contact the employment lawyers at Brady & Associates for a confidential evaluation of your case. Call (913) 696-0925 or complete our online information form. Located near Kansas City, we represent whistleblowers in Kansas, Missouri, and beyond.

Employment Attorney for Discrimination

Employers and fellow employees should be held responsible for unacceptable working conditions and disparate treatment, including age discrimination and sexual harassment. You should not be treated differently from your coworkers and the situation mus… Read More

Whistleblower Protection

There are numerous state and federal laws to protect whistleblowers, (typically employees with inside information about a company’s wrongdoing), from retaliation from their employer in the form of wrongful discharge. These laws, both statutory and… Read More

Sexual Harassment

No one should have to endure inappropriate conduct in the workplace, such as unwelcome sexual advances, requests for sexual favors, and other verbal or physical conduct of a sexual nature. These actions constitute sexual harassment when submission to… Read More

Wrongful Termination

If you have been fired by your employer for speaking out, consult with our law firm about filing a wrongful termination lawsuit. A skilled workplace retaliation lawyer can explain your rights under the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) and protect you… Read More

FMLA Violations

Employees are afforded specific rights and job protections under the federal Family and Medical Leave Act. Specifically, eligible employees are entitled to a total of 12 work weeks of unpaid leave during any 12 month period for a variety of events, i… Read More


Retaliatory discharge is a form of wrongful termination, and it is illegal. A claim for retaliatory discharge can arise when an employee is terminated because they reported their employer was engaging in illegal activity in violation of certain rules… Read More