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  • Counsel and Advocacy for Texas Government Entities, Quasi-Public Entities, Governing Bodies and Elected Officials At the Texas law firm of Denton Navarro Rocha Bernal & Zech, P.C., our goal is to provide governmental entities, government administrators and other public or quasi-public clients in Texas with the highest quality of legal representation. Bringing creativity, cost-sensitivity and...

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    If you live in or around San Antonio, Texas, and you suffered an injury or loss that has kept you from working or adversely affected your family's income, you can turn to the legal professionals at the Packard Law Firm for the quality, effective representation and support you need to get your life back on track. Serving clients throughout Bexar County and all across the state, the attorneys at our...

  • Providing Texas Government Entities, Quasi-Public Entities, Governing Bodies and Elected Officials With Experienced Counsel and Advocacy Denton Navarro Rocha Bernal & Zech, P.C., is a Texas law firm dedicated to providing creative, cost-effective and sophisticated legal representation to governmental entities, government administrators and other public or quasi-public clients in Texas. We...

  • Representing Government Entities, Governing Bodies, Quasi-Public Entities, and Public Officials in Texas Serving all of Texas, the law firm of Denton Navarro Rocha Bernal & Zech, P.C., offers creative, sophisticated and cost-effective legal representation to governmental entities, public administrators, governing bodies and other clients. Our highly experienced team of attorneys handles all...

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