Roger W. McLean, Former State Court Judge/Attorney in the Kansas City Metro Area
College: Wichita State University Class of 1979 B.A. History, Political Science & Sociology
Law School: University of Kansas School of Law Class of 1982
Honors: President Jeffersonian Society; Editor in Chief Kansas Raw Review; President Wyandotte County Bar Association; Frequent Speaker at United States Citizen Naturalization Ceremonies; Published Author
Barnett, Walker and O'Connor Law Firm 1980-1992
McLean & McLean Law Firm 1992-1998
District Judge, 29th Judicial District of Kansas (Wyandotte County) 1998-2000.
Roger W. McLean, P.A. 2000-Present
The Law Office of Roger W. McLean, P.A. in Kansas City, Kansas is a practice protecting the rights of flesh-and-blood people, not corporations. I have practiced law for over 40 years as an attorney and as a Trial Court Judge in the Kansas City Metro area and beyond. I have personally been involved in thousands of cases. I know that every legal claim is unique, so I limit the cases I accept in order to give a high level of personal attention and service to every client.
My practice is focused on the protection of the rights of people injured by the carelessness of others. I represent individuals who have been seriously hurt in auto and truck crashes, vicious dog attacks, motorcycle and bike wrecks. I handle cases of spinal cord injuries, traumatic brain injuries bone fractures and other serious injuries.
I also help people with criminal record expungements. I believe someone who has paid his debt to society, and who has shown himself to be a law abiding productive citizen deserves a second chance and a fresh start. Expungements are now available in both Kansas and Missouri.
For a free, no obligation consultation, call me at 913-281-3221.
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