Hostile Work Environment Lawyer In Kansas City

hostile work environment lawyer in Kansas City

Hostile Work Environment

Suffering in silence in a hostile work environment? The experienced attorneys at Ralston Kinney can help you address an abusive environment with powerful and effective representation.


Stand Up to Your Hostile Work Environment 

Hostile doesn’t have to be your status-quo.

Trying to work in a hostile environment can affect more than just your job performance. Reporting to a toxic workplace can damage your self-esteem, personal relationships, and even take a toll on your ability to earn more money to provide for your family.

If you’re currently experiencing a hostile work environment in Kansas City or a surrounding community, the legal experts at Ralston Kinney can help. By working with a hostile work environment lawyer in Kansas City, you can find the support and resources you need to free yourself and seek the justice you deserve.

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About Hostile Work Environments 

Unsure if you’re working in a hostile environment? Learn more about this experience and what it entails.

A variety of factors can create a hostile work environment, including:

  • Hurtful or offensive jokes
  • Racial or offensive slurs
  • Racial or religious epithets
  • Name calling
  • Physical assaults or threats
  • Physical or verbal intimidation
  • Hurtful ridicule or mockery
  • Aggressive insults or put-downs
  • Offensive objects, pictures, videos, or content

A hostile work environment can stem from interactions with a variety of people, including managers, executives, co-workers, supervisors (both in your department and elsewhere), and more. If you’ve experienced mistreatment in your work environment, it’s time to talk to a member of our legal team.

Meet the Ralston Kinney Team

Meet the experienced hostile work environment lawyers in Kansas City who will help you get justice.

Tom Ralston


Kenneth Kinney


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Have you experienced a hostile work environment? Use our “Do I Have a Case?” tool to find out how we can help.

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