Top Abilene Discrimination Lawyers - Texas

  • The Law Office of William A. Walsh in Granbury, Texas, is a Christian law firm dedicated to providing comprehensive family law services to clients throughout Hood County and surrounding counties. With over two decades of experience, attorney Walsh is licensed to practice in all Texas state courts and before the Supreme Court of the United States. Attorney Walsh is a devoted Christian who strives...

  • As our young leadership guides us into the future, our timeless values and standards will continue to be the benchmark by which we measure our success: integrity in all things, service to our community, a keen responsibility to our clients and colleagues. Underwood, Wilson, Berry, Stein & Johnson, P.C. ("Underwood") has been providing legal services to the people of Texas since 1912....

  • The Law Offices of Edith K. Thomas, PLLC, in Fort Worth, Texas, is here to help those who are dealing with workplace issues. Proudly serving residents throughout Tarrant County and the Dallas metro region, our firm represents clients with legal needs in all areas of employment law, including, but not limited to, the following: Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) Americans with Disabilities Act Age...

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    Located in Burnet, Texas, the Law Office of Steven Wittekiend offers a full range of legal services to help individuals, families and business owners with their most important and serious legal issues. Established by experienced attorney Steven Wittekiend, our law firm serves clients throughout Burnet County and the surrounding areas of Central Texas who are dealing with legal challenges involving...

  • 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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