Top Park River Medical Malpractice Lawyers - North Dakota

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    Attorneys David Maring and Michael Williams are the legal minds behind our Fargo law firm. Maring Williams Law Office, P.C. was founded in 1991. The focus of our practice is protecting the rights of injured victims and their families who live in North Dakota and western Minnesota. We proudly represent clients' interests in both personal injury and wrongful death cases, including: Car accidents...

  • Personal Biography I was born and raised in the Fargo-Moorhead area and have lived here all of my life. I am 58 years old, married and have two children. My son is a chiropractor, practicing in Fargo and my daughter is a school teacher in Moorhead, Minnesota. We are blessed with three grandchildren. Educational Background I attended the University of North Dakota at Grand Forks. I received my...

  • Conmy Feste Ltd. is an established Fargo law firm serving clients throughout Fargo-Moorhead, and across North Dakota and northwestern Minnesota. Established in 1879, we are the oldest operating law firm in North Dakota and have helped generations of clients achieve their legal goals. We represent individuals and businesses in a broad range of legal areas, including: Personal injury — plaintiff...

  • Attorney Mark V. Larson founded our Fargo law office, Larson Law Firm P.C., in 1979 with the goal of protecting the rights of victims of negligence in western North Dakota. More than 35 years later, he and his legal team continue to work toward his original goal by representing the interests of clients suffering personal injuries or losses in the aftermath of: Car, truck and motorcycle accidents...

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