Top Excelsior Insurance Defense Lawyers - Minnesota

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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...

  • 30 East Seventh Street,Suite 2800 Saint Paul MN 55101 44.947838 -93.09561

    For more than a quarter of a century, attorney Patrick H. O'Neill has helped clients throughout Minnesota protect their legal rights in a wide variety of complicated disputes, business and personal. To offer clients an even more complete menu of legal options, Patrick, a third-generation Saint Paul lawyer, has recently joined efforts with the pre-eminent Minnesota law firm of Larson • King....

  • 1740 W. Saint Germain St. Saint Cloud MN 56301 45.55422 -94.17361

    For more than 90 years, the attorneys at Quinlivan & Hughes, P.A., have assisted clients in Saint Cloud and throughout Minnesota with their most pressing legal matters. Our team is comprised of 20 lawyers working across various disciplines, giving us the resources to offer a full complement of services. We provide knowledgeable counsel to businesses and organizations in all manner of...

  • 800 Wells Fargo Center,230 West Superior Street Duluth MN 55802 46.78361 -92.10231

    Johnson, Killen & Seiler, P.A. is the oldest law firm in Northern Minnesota, having been founded in 1888 by Charles O. Baldwin. In 1890 he was joined in the practice by his brother Albert. The firm has continued to grow both in size and reputation over the last century, representing parties in some of the biggest cases in our region. We measure our success not on a monetary scale but by the extent...

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