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Top Dyersburg Military Lawyers - Tennessee

Our goal is to provide a comprehensive set of miltary law resources ; however, no online guide can replace the services of an experienced military lawyer . If you have a specific question regarding military law, including Court-Martial and Administrative Separations, we strongly urge you to contact military lawyer Stephen Karns or another attorney experienced in military law. Your Rights Under...

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    With over 45 years handling complex legal matters, the Aldred Law Firm has become synonymous with impeccable professionalism for clients in Clarksville, Tennessee, and the surrounding areas. The firm focuses on personal injury, criminal defense, family law, medical malpractice and Social Security Disability matters. The firm handles a wide range of legal issues, including motor vehicle accidents,...

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    At The Law Offices of Dennis W. Stanford, we offer a wide range of legal services to the residents of the Clarksville, Tennessee, area and to the soldiers stationed at nearby Fort Campbell. Our law firm's founder, Dennis W. Stanford, has extensive experience representing both civilians and members of our country's armed forces. Due to his service as a U.S. Judge Advocate General's Corps attorney,...

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    I am attorney Kerry Baker, founder and owner of the Warrior Advocacy law firm in Burns, Tennessee. Through my law office, I provide invaluable representation and support exclusively to disabled veterans throughout Dickson County and all across the country. I have achieved considerable success handling matters before the Department of Veterans Affairs and the Veterans Benefits Administration as a...

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