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About

 

The Kansas City Consumer’s Attorney

Bryce B. Bell founded Bell Law in 2010, after many years serving as General Counsel for a series of financial companies that offered mortgage, real estate, insurance and other financial services. During his time with these various business entities, he gained both a broad exposure and keen understanding about multiple aspects of Consumer Law, and saw a real need in the Kansas City market for an experienced attorney in addressing and resolving consumer protection cases.

Today, the firm is dedicated to the fair, equitable treatment of its clients and the resolution of their financial claims and/or personal safety and well-being. Mr. Bell regularly attends conferences and events concerning consumer rights such as the National Consumer Law Center’s (NCLC) annual conference. As well, he is a an Eagle in the Kansas Trial Lawyers Organization (KTLA), and a member of the National Association of Consumer Advocates (NACA), the Kansas Association of Justice, the Missouri Association of Trial Attorneys, and the Litigation sections of the Kansas Bar Association, and the American Bar Association.

 

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Andrew Taylor – Attorney

Andrew Taylor is an attorney with a diverse background and interests. Though he tends to specialize in class actions, he has worked in varying capacities on a wide variety of consumer actions. As someone with a background in Economics and related subjects, Andrew enjoys and is adept at digging into cases with a significant financial component. He has substantial experience working on matters concerned with credit reporting, auto fraud, and lending. In law school, Andrew was the editor-in-chief of the school’s environmental law journal and was published three times while a student. He was also a student attorney in the civil rights clinic. He has long been involved with charitable giving, both in the U.S. and internationally, and received a state pro bono award for having dedicated the most hours of any student in his graduating class. Before law school, Andrew worked in investment consulting and teaching, living across a number of states and several countries. Because of his diverse background and interests, Andrew is often able to connect effectively with varied clients and seamlessly understand their particular legal issues with insight and compassion. His foremost hobbies are reading and writing, scuba diving, travel, listening to all sorts of music, and playing tennis. Andrew is a graduate of the University of Kansas, Brown University, the London School of Economics, and Tulane Law School.