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Denver accident attorney Chad Hemmat of Anderson, Hemmat & McQuinn has dedicated 100 percent of his practice toward litigation.

Christopher J. Finney received his law degree from St. Louis University. Upon graduation, he accepted a position as an assistant circuit attorney in the Circuit Attorney’s Office in the city of St. Louis. While at the Circuit Attorney’s, Chris…

At Creed & Creed Law Office we believe that a focused practice, outstanding client service and a thorough knowledge of the law gives our clients the best possible legal representation.

Mr. Stewart has tried more than 80+ jury trials and has devoted his career to representing individuals and families in serious injury litigation.

Don first gained national attention when his exploits as a young defense attorney with the U.S. Navy Judge Advocate General’s (JAG) Corps became the basis for the motion picture “A Few Good Men.”

Born and raised in Orlando, Glen Wieland seemed destined to be a lawyer; his father as well as his brothers were attorneys. “My father was a very big influence on all three of us,” he says.

At Reaud, Morgan & Quinn, the majority of our clients are hardworking men and women who have been injured by someone else’s negligence or wrongdoing. Stated simply, our law firm represents the values of our clients.

I have been in practice for 30 years as of May, 2015. My primary areas of practice for that time period have been personal injury and workers compensation.

Joel Bieber was born in Muncy, Pennsylvania. One grandfather was a farmer; the other a minister.

Joe Miller Law has been successfully representing the injured for over 25 years in both Virginia and North Carolina.

Founded on the belief that victims of personal injury deserve to be compensated for their injuries, the Atlanta personal injury lawyers at Kalka & Baer, LLC work relentlessly to seek justice on behalf of their clients. Helping their clients work…

Kelly has devoted her practice to litigating Pennsylvania workers’ compensation cases since she became licensed to practice law in 2003.

Above all, Ken is resolute in his belief that good old-fashioned hard work wins the day. “I believe in my clients. My philosophy is not to spend time on negative thinking – instead, focus on how the case can be won. Believing you can win is key. The…