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Lawyers Who Think Outside the Box Triangle Law Group was founded by Laurie B. Gengo, a former partner at a large North Carolina law firm who is also a licensed real estate broker. The core values of Triangle Law Group are to provide large firm results in a small firm environment. Attorneys at Triangle Law Group take an "outside the box" approach to practicing law and attempt to resolve legal...
At the law firm of Henson & Talley in Greensboro, North Carolina, we offer comprehensive legal services and high-quality representation in the following practice areas to serve the needs of individuals and businesses throughout the Triad Region and the rest of North Carolina: Business and corporate law and commercial litigation : Whether you are just starting your business or need solid...
Brod Disability Law has emphasized Social Security Disability and SSI cases for more than 20 years. Our highly qualified staff is experienced in formulating the evidence to demonstrate deserved benefits and is prepared to file all necessary appeals with the Social Security Administration and the Federal Courts. Although we do not generally handle the following cases, we try to give some...
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