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Biggs Law Office, A Professional Corporation - Walnut Creek, CA

319 Lennon LaneSuite B Walnut Creek, CA 94598

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Updated: 05/25/2022

Walnut Creek Civil Law / Government Litigation Law Firm

Overview

Leader in Government Litigation with Local, State, And Federal, Entities, Agencies, Boards, and Government Employers

Your Go to Northern California Firm Involving Litigation with "Government". 17 years Litigation Experience in State Courts and the United States District Court...

About Biggs Law Office, A Professional Corporation

Languages

  • English

Practice Areas

  • Civil Law / Government Litigation
  • Administrative Litigation
  • Professional Licensure Defense Against Accusation by License Board
  • Regulatory Enforcement Litigation Involving Zoning and Building Codes and State or Federal Environmental Laws
  • Personal Injuries Occurring on Local, State or Federal Property or Transit.
  • Employment Law Representing and Protecting Local, State and Federal Employees
  • Civil Rights Section Litigation Procedural and Substantive civil rights against Local, State, Local and Federal Government

Litigation

  • 100%

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Offers Free Initial Consultation

Accepts Credit Cards

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319 Lennon LaneSuite B Walnut Creek, CA 94598

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