Top Kodak Litigation & Appeals Lawyers - Tennessee

Tennessee Construction Law • Real Estate Law • Business Litigation • Employment Litigation No one wants the to be involved in a court case, but there are times when the financial costs are too great and the issues too important to ignore. If you are involved in a contract dispute, a construction-related dispute, a real estate dispute, or an employment dispute and only a court of law...

  • 735 Broad Street Chattanooga TN 37402 35.047333 -85.31092

    At Summers, Rufolo & Rodgers, we provide experienced legal representation to clients from the Chattanooga area, and throughout Tennessee and North Georgia. A trusted pillar of the Chattanooga community since 1969, our law firm has helped numerous clients in legal matters involving personal injury, asbestos and mesothelioma litigation, criminal defense, Social Security Disability (SSD),...

  • 407 West Public Square Smithville TN 37166 35.960747 -85.81388

    Jeremy Trapp is an experienced Smithville, Tennessee, lawyer who helps clients resolve their conflicts involving: Criminal law Family law Elder law Personal injury claims His law firm, Jeremy Trapp, Attorney at Law, provides responsive, comprehensive legal services dedicated to protecting the rights of a variety of clients. Jeremy Trapp is a 2003 graduate of the Thomas M. Cooley Law School, and a...

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    17 South College Street Winchester TN 37398 35.18657 -86.111244

    At the Law Offices Of McBee & Ford in Winchester, we are proud to represent clients throughout the surrounding areas of Tennessee in a wide variety of legal matters. Our general civil practice includes but is not limited to: Criminal defense - We defend individuals against charges ranging from misdemeanors to capital felonies. Family law - We defend our clients' interests in divorce,...

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