Top Gaylord Assault & Battery -- Plaintiff Lawyers - Michigan

  • Since 1984, Mt. Pleasant Attorneys, Dan O’Neil and Jeff Lynch, have been providing criminal defense, divorce and family   law, and personal injury legal services to clients throughout Mt. Pleasant, Midland, Clare, Gratiot, Mecosta, Montcalm and Gladwin counties (Central Michigan area). Our attorneys bring a combined experience of 65 years to each case that we handle.   We have...

  • Hall & Bolles, P.C., in Mount Pleasant, Michigan, has established a reputation as a knowledgeable, versatile and respected law firm serving the needs of individual and business clients in Central Michigan. Our attorneys — Thomas W. Hall Jr., and Becky J. Bolles — have more than 70 years of combined professional, general practice experience in primary practice areas including family...

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    With decades of combined experience, our team at Christenson & Fiederlein, PC, handles real estate litigation on behalf of people in Flint, Michigan, as well as those throughout Genesee County and across the state. The attorneys at our law office have a background steeped in real estate, with members who have earned their licenses in appraisal, sales and residential building. That experience...

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    Finding the right lawyer in Flint, Michigan starts with Steele & Ferguson. Thousands of cases successfully handled in areas such as Flint, Saginaw, Detroit, Pontiac, Lansing, Grand Rapids, & beyond! When an injury befalls the residents of Michigan, they come to Steele & Ferguson, P.C., for legal help. We offer comprehensive knowledge and experience with all of the available...

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    Located in Grand Rapids, Michigan, the family law firm of Krupp Law Offices, P.C., provides no-nonsense representation to those in western Michigan facing serious legal issues. In such situations, having the right attorney is a requirement, not an option, as it can mean the difference between a desirable or undesirable outcome. Having over 85 years of combined family law experience, our law firm's...

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