Meet Our Kansas City Lawyers

Kansas City Attorneys Who Meet Your Needs:

Our Kansas City attorneys have decades of combined experience in numerous legal practice areas. We can help if you are struggling with consumer or business debt, fighting criminal charges, dealing with a business dispute, filing a workers’ compensation claim, seeking justice after a personal injury or planning your estate.

The attorneys at Troppito Miller Griffin, LLC also have recognition in the legal community. Several of our attorneys are Super Lawyers, a nationwide attorney rating service with strict selection criteria. Super Lawyers selected attorneys Chris Troppito and Tony Miller for eight and nine years respectively. Additionally, Super Lawyers has also selected attorney Owen Griffin. Attorney Chris Troppito, named a Top Young Attorney by KC Magazine in 2012, 2013 and 2014, can help with business and commercial litigation as well as bankruptcy and collections.

You can learn more about our Kansas City attorneys and their experience by clicking each photo below.

Chris M. Troppito
handles business and commercial litigation as well as bankruptcy and collections.

Tony R. Miller
is an ex-prosecutor focusing his law practice on driving while under the influence (DWI), criminal defense, personal injury, traffic defense and workers’ compensation.
S. Owen Griffin
handles legal issues surrounding construction including mechanic’s liens, surety bond claims, and collecting past due accounts.
Ryan D. Kiliany
concentrates his legal practice in the areas on Ch. 7 and Ch. 13 bankruptcies.
Mike McVey
handles legal issues which arise from businesses including transactions and succession planning.
Alec Locascio
handles construction litigation, collections and personal injury.

Matthew O’Connor
handles construction litigation, commercial real estate transactions, business litigation and employment law counseling.

Grant E. Berning
handles collections, business litigation and creditor’s rights.

Ian Page
handles criminal law, traffic defense, DWI, drug violations and serious felonies.
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