Top Ozark Discrimination Lawyers - Alabama

  • 510 N. Daleville Avenue Daleville AL 36322 31.299818 -85.71837

    The law firm of Urech, Livaudais & Wade, PC is located in Daleville, Alabama, with two attorneys in the firm. They provide a broad range of legal services to individuals and business clients throughout Southeast Alabama to include Fort Rucker, Enterprise, Ozark and Dothan, as well as the rest of the state of Alabama. General litigation practice - accident and personal injury, family law -...

  • 1015 South Mcdonough Street Montgomery AL 36104 0.0 0.0

    The law firm of Cynthia Underwood Thomas in Montgomery, Alabama, practices only family law. Why? Because attorney C Underwood Thomas knows that when a client's marriage falls apart, he or she needs not only excellent legal representation but also an advocate who will listen to concerns, empathize with the situation and protect individual rights. This is exactly what attorney C Underwood Thomas...

  • 2163 Highway 31 South,Suite 102 Pelham AL 35124 33.284134 -86.80869

    At the law firm of Key, Greer, Harrison, & Casey in Pelham, we provide quality legal services with dedicated professionalism to individuals, families and businesses throughout Alabama. For more than 30 years, we have zealously and aggressively represented our clients in cases involving family law and divorce, criminal defense and DUI, personal injury and more. We strive to provide the care and...

  • 2163 Highway 31 South Pelham AL 35124 33.306194 -86.80556

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  • 505 20th Street North Birmingham AL 35203 33.400074 -86.71401

    At the employment law firm of Wrady & Michel, LLC, we are advocates for employees in the Birmingham metro area and throughout Alabama. Our goal is to effectively resolve disputes of all kinds, including those involving discrimination, sexual harassment, whistleblowers, workers' compensation, retaliation, wage and hour, and violations of the Fair Labor Standards Act. Aggressive Advocates For...

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