Top Washougal Medical Malpractice Lawyers - Washington

The names Miracle and Pruzan have been familiar to those involved in personal injury law since 1948, when Howard Pruzan began practicing with Hugh Miracle. The late Mr. Miracle was a nationally known plaintiff's personal injury lawyer before his retirement in 1979. The firm continues to maintain its presence in personal injury and malpractice law on behalf of injured persons. With more than 50...

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    The Law Office of Catherine C. Clark in Seattle, Washington, focuses on all aspects of real estate law while providing a full range of additional legal services as well. For over 22 years, attorney Clark has been providing superior advice, counsel and representation to her clients throughout the Seattle area. "We don't do easy" The law office's motto says it all. Attorney Clark knows...

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    Focusing our practice on personal injury, discrimination, education law, malpractice, and wrongful death, we offer dedicated legal services at Albert Law PLLC. Our law office represents clients throughout the Seattle, Washington, area, helping those physically or economically injured through no fault of their own to achieve financial justice and piece of mind. For the convenience of our...

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  • The Thomas S. Olmstead Law Office in Poulsbo, Washington, can help you, whether you have been injured in a car accident, are going through a divorce, or you are facing a criminal charge. We represent people in all counties in the state of Washington, and we understand your concerns. A legal problem can leave you worried, stressed and uncertain of what the future holds. Our law office is...

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