Top Deep Gap, NC Native Peoples Lawyers
Experienced attorney and North Carolina native Josh Nielsen is the founder of our Waynesville law office, Nielsen Legal. He established our firm with the goal of providing quality legal services to the residents of Haywood and Buncombe counties in Western North Carolina. With the help of our firm's two experienced paralegals, Mr. Nielsen proudly provides representation to clients with legal needs...
Melrose Law exclusively and aggressively represents victims of serious injury, wrongful death, and medical malpractice. We also represent heirs contesting Last Wills and those involved in estate litigation. Mark R. Melrose is a well respected specialist in these types of cases with a practice throughout western North Carolina. Our law firm has built a strong reputation for...
Service. Quality. Performance. Get to Know Us! At Coward, Hicks & Siler, P.A., we combine professional skill and a detailed understanding of our clients’ goals with a deep knowledge of our region. As a result, we deliver high quality, cost effective, responsive, and personal service. Established in Sylva in 1951, Coward, Hicks & Siler, P.A. is one of the most broadly-respected firms...
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