Top Alamo Administrative Lawyers - Texas

Austin Firm Dedicated to Health Care Law Our law firm provides representation and advocacy in health care law matters involving regulatory agencies, licensing boards, fraud charges, contract issues, mergers and acquisitions and business litigation. We know the importance of every case we handle. We understand that the issues our clients face require the highest level of discretion and we take...

  • 1100 East Jasmine Ave,Suite 105 Mcallen TX 78501 26.209368 -98.207504

    Austin Firm Dedicated to Health Care Law Our law firm provides representation and advocacy in health care law matters involving regulatory agencies, licensing boards, fraud charges, contract issues, mergers and acquisitions and business litigation. We know the importance of every case we handle. We understand that the issues our clients face require the highest level of discretion and we take...

  • 5256 South Staples,Suite 300 Corpus Christi TX 78411 27.728615 -97.37977

    Because we know how the court system works in Corpus Christi, we can work with judges more effectively. Our staff includes residents of Corpus Christi and Nueces County. We take advantage of our knowledge of the geographic, cultural and political lay-of-the-land to protect your interests. Contact our offices to arrange a consultation with a Corpus Christi attorney today. We help clients in Sugar...

  • One Shoreline Plaza Corpus Christi TX 78401 27.798784 -97.391426

    HISTORY In 1970 Charles. R. Porter, Jr. invited Rick Rogers to leave the district attorney's office to join his civil law practice. From that beginning, we have been serving Texas for over thirty years. In the last decade, the firm has opened additional offices in Austin, San Antonio and Boerne to better serve our clients. Porter, Rogers, Dahlman & Gordon continues to provide first-class services...

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