Top Bolivar State, Local & Municipal Law Lawyers - Tennessee

  • Boyle Brasher LLC is a full service civil litigation firm dedicated to vigorously representing its clients to achieve the best possible outcomes in an ethical and cost efficient manner. With offices in three states, the Firm represents individuals and businesses, including railroad, trucking, aviation, construction, product manufacturers and other companies on a nationwide basis. The Firm is also...

  • My firm represents and advises clients in the areas of real estate, personal injury law, workers' compensation, probate, collections, creditor bankruptcy, contracts, wills, and estate planning....

  • Beginning in the early 1950s, Farris Bobango has built its reputation by consistently delivering outstanding results to our clients. Farris Bobango is the exclusive Memphis member of Meritas, an integrated, non-profit alliance of more than 175 independent commercial law firms, serving 235 markets, with more than 7,000 lawyers within the USA and in more than 60 other countries. From our Memphis and...

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