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Herrman & Herrman P.L.L.C.

At Herrman & Herrman, our mission is help people who have been injured through the negligence of others pursue the compensation needed to rebuild their lives. Our attorneys have successfully handled more than 20,000 cases. We are proud of what we have accomplished for so many people. They were people in difficult situations just like
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Savage Law – Personal Injury Law Firm in Carlsbad, CA

Savage Law is a personal injury law firm in Carlsbad, CA. We represent victims and their families throughout San Diego County who’ve been physically and financially harmed due to the actions or negligence of another. Attorney Robert Bristow is an injury lawyer handling matters involving car, truck and motorcycle accidents, slip & fall injuries, pedestrian
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Molly Martin

Molly R. Martin joined Gould Injury Law as an Associate Attorney in 2019 as a pre-litigation attorney. Over the last year, Molly has also started working in the litigation arena. During Covid, with in-person appearances at the Courts being cancelled, Molly has become very adept at handling virtual depositions, conferences, and even non-jury trials. Molly
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Herrman & Herrman P.L.L.C.

At Herrman & Herrman, our mission is help people who have been injured through the negligence of others pursue the compensation needed to rebuild their lives. Our attorneys have successfully handled more than 20,000 cases. We are proud of what we have accomplished for so many people. They were people in difficult situations just like
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Shelly A. Merchant

Texas attorney Shelly A. Merchant has more than 25 years of experience representing individuals in and around Deer Park. Call at 281.476.9929. The Law Office of Shelly A. Merchant represents individuals in Deer Park, Pasadena, La Porte, Houston, and surrounding areas in a wide range of general practice matters including family law, bankruptcy, probate and
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The Law Firm of Morgan Rooks, P.C.

The Law Firm of Morgan Rooks, PC exclusively represents employees in employment-related disputes. New Jersey and Pennsylvania are “at will” employment states — which means that an employer can terminate the employment relationship at any time, with or without reason. However, there are certain situations where an employer’s termination may violate the law or established
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