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Sacramento Medical Malpractice Defense Law Firm
About Low McKinley & Salenko, LLP
- Medical Malpractice Defense
- Elder Law
- Ethics & Professional Responsibility
- Litigation & Appeals
- Nursing Home Abuse
- Hospital Liability Defense
- Long Term Care Disability Defense
- Emily R. Allyn (Associate Attorney)
- David L. Ditora (Associate)
- Donna W. Low (Partner)
- Steven M. McKinley (Partner)
- Spencer B. Pavelchik (Attorney)
- Tiffany C. Sala (Attorney)
- Bruce E. Salenko (Partner)
- Peter G. Washington (Partner)
2150 River Plaza DriveSuite 250 Sacramento, CA 95833
- (916) 231-2399
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