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Civil Rights Attorneys for Disclosure of HIV Status Lawsuits in Kansas City

According to recent estimates, over one million Americans are infected with the HIV virus. For many of those infected, the fear of social stigma, discrimination and harassment is a fact of life. When individuals and organizations unlawfully disclose the HIV status of others, it is a civil rights violation.

At Holman Schiavone, LLC, we stand up for the rights of people who have been harmed due to the unlawful disclosure of HIV status. We understand the sensitive nature of these cases and the importance of your confidentiality. We will do everything in our power to help you maintain your privacy and obtain legal and financial relief for your injuries.

Has your HIV status been unlawfully disclosed? Please call us today at 816-399-5149 to speak with an experienced Kansas City civil rights lawyer.

Has Your Privacy Been Breached?

State and federal HIV confidentiality laws protect individuals from having their HIV status disclosed by medical providers, employers and other individuals. The unlawful disclosure of HIV status can have a number of adverse effects. Those who have had their privacy breached may be fearful of social stigma, harassment and discrimination.

Our attorneys stand up for the rights of individuals throughout Missouri and Kansas who have suffered civil rights violations. We understand the impact the unlawful disclosure of HIV status can have on every aspect of your life. If you feel your privacy has been breached in regard to HIV or AIDS disclosure, we are here to help you explore your legal options.

Schedule a Free Initial Consultation With One of Our Attorneys

If you are a victim of the unlawful disclosure of HIV status, we are on your side. Call us at 816-399-5149 or email us to speak with an experienced Kansas City lawyer.