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  • The Underwood Law Firm opened its Lubbock office on February 1, 2004, with David Backus as the attorney. Mr. Backus' practice is comprised chiefly of education law. Prior to assuming his duties with the Underwood Law Firm, Mr. Backus served as Senior Attorney with the Texas Association of School Boards' Legal Services Division, Staff Counsel and Lobbyist with the Texas Association of School...

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    As a skilled Texas personal injury attorney with years of legal experience, Mr. Perrin has seen first-hand just how devastating an accident can be on an individual or family. Whether an accident has been caused by a serious lack of safety protocols in the workplace or due to a negligent truck driver, James Perrin has devoted his practice to seeking justice for those that he represents. He is truly...

  • At Robert Joseph Attorney at Law, we offer full-service legal counsel for individuals, families and businesses in Texas. Our law firm in Lubbock focuses on business disputes, real estate law and agriculture law — but we're so much more than that. The full scope of our practice includes bankruptcy law, consumer protection, insurance law, international transactions, commercial litigation,...

  • Located in Midland, Texas, Perry, Shields, Campbell & Floyd, PLLC is one of the region's top law firms for oil and gas law, and our attorneys have decades of combined experience assisting a wide range of oil and gas drilling and production companies with all of the needs they have affecting their operations. Serving the Midland-Odessa area and all of western Texas, our law firm's attorneys...

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