Top Quincy Civil Rights Lawyers - California

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    Martha Millar Law: Protect Your Child's Rights with Experienced and Compassionate Special Education Representation Caring for a child with special needs can be overwhelming. Many resources exist to support your child in school. But obtaining these supports is often a complicated and daunting task that can frustrate even well-informed parents. We are here to help. During attorney Martha Millar's...

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    Justice isn't about the size of a case, but the results. We know the physical, emotional, and financial toll that a personal injury can have on your life. At Cutter Law P.C., we are committed to advocating for people like you to obtain compensation for your losses. We accomplish this by providing comprehensive representation and personalized attention through every phase of your case. Our law firm...

  • Gay L. Carroll-Haring, Northern California’s preeminent employment dispute lawyer, founded the Law Offices of Gay Carroll-Haring in 2002 in order to pursue her passion of helping employees stand up to injustice in the workplace. Over the past thirteen years, Gay has successfully settled and tried hundreds of employment disputes against public and private employers. No company intimidates...

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  • The Law Office of Jorge Pichardo Jr. in Fairfield, California, is committed to helping individuals and families with their most serious and emotional legal challenges. Serving clients throughout Solano, Napa and Contra Costa counties, attorney Jorge Pichardo Jr., the law firm's founder, devotes his time and resources to delivering personalized assistance and effective support to those with legal...

  • Perry, Johnson, Anderson, Miller & Moskowitz LLP — Full-Service Santa Rosa, California, Law Firm Founded in 1997 in Santa Rosa and serving the legal needs of clients throughout Northern California, Perry, Johnson, Anderson, Miller & Moskowitz LLP is recognized as one of the pre-eminent law firms in the North San Francisco Bay Area. Attorneys and office staff at the firm combine...

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