Top Middlesboro Banking & Finance Lawyers - Kentucky

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    Eaves, Olds, Bohannon & Floyd, PLLC -- a full-service law firm proudly serving Richmond & Madison County Kentucky's legal needs since 1963. Practice areas:  real estate, business, civil litigation, health care, appeals, collections, construction law, condemnation, planning & zoning, personal injury & wrongful death, taxation, wills, trusts, estate planning, probate, divorce,...

  • P.B. Stratton founded the firm in 1898. For many years it operated as Statton & Stephenson. In 1950, P.B.'s Son Henry joined the firm. Later the firm was known as Stratton, May & Hays. Under Henry's leadership the firm became regionally known for its practice in the fields of general litigation, real estate and mineral law, banking and commercial law, insurance defense, product liability...

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    Our firm strives to achieve the utmost of standards while providing the highest availability of legal services to our clients. Larry D. Brown commits to providing excellent representation in order to bring resolution to your case and to obtain full satisfaction for each and every one of his clients. We achieve our goal by fully guiding you from the beginning to the end of your legal matter....

  • Statement of Practice: General Civil Practice. Probate, Administrative, Labor, Corporation, Legislative Practice, Government Affairs, Real Estate, Banking, Insurance, Environmental and Mineral Law, Trials, Insurance Defense, Personal Injury, Asbestos, Toxic Torts, Products Liability, Medical Malpractice Defense, Hospital Law, Unemployment, Workers Compensation. Firm Size: 11 Clients: ATTORNEYS...

  • At the Frankfort office of Kirkland, Cain & Horn, PLLC, our attorneys have the knowledge and experience to effectively represent individuals, businesses and other organizations of any size operating anywhere in Kentucky. Our Frankfort office is located very near to the Capitol Building because we work frequently with Kentucky's lawmakers and civil servants to find solutions for our clients'...

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