Top Stillwater Energy Lawyers - Minnesota

  • 222 South Ninth Street Minneapolis MN 55402 44.973442 -93.2699

    Madigan, Dahl & Harlan, P.A. is a closely knit group of attorneys, paralegals, and assistants dedicated to providing innovative solutions to issues facing the firm’s clients. The firm’s attorneys are known for their strategic thinking, innovative problem solving, and sound judgment. The firm is imbued with a hard working culture and a commitment to responsiveness and consistent...

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    7300 147th Street West,Suite 304 Apple Valley MN 55124 44.733982 -93.21381

    One of the region’s largest general practice law firms, Vogel Law Firm provides focused legal guidance to clients. We have office locations in Minneapolis and Moorhead, Minnesota, as well as in Bismarck, Fargo and Grand Forks, North Dakota. Our immigration law, business law, criminal defense and personal injury attorneys are passionate about helping our clients to efficiently achieve...

  • 203 22nd Avenue W. Alexandria MN 56308 45.867542 -95.37953

    The law firm of Pemberton, Sorlie, Rufer & Kershner, PLLP, located in Alexandria, Minnesota, provides quality and affordable legal services across a wide range of general practice areas. As one of the oldest established law firms in Minnesota, and with long-standing ties to the Alexandria community, we desire to provide you and your family members with the best possible legal experience and...

  • 7 Colfax Avenue Wadena MN 56482 46.439346 -95.138405

    At the law firm of Pemberton, Sorlie, Rufer & Kershner, PLLP, in Wadena, Minnesota, we desire to provide the best legal services possible to clients in the community in which we live, play and work. With extensive knowledge of a wide variety of general practice areas and a history of successful lawsuits in appellate and state courts in Minnesota and North Dakota, we have experience you can...

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