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Elinor Swanson
Elinor Swanson Paul Warren Law, PLLC
Billings, MT 59101
Paul M Warren
Paul M Warren Paul Warren Law, PLLC
Billings, MT 59101
David Lehr
David Lehr Lehr, Lemmon & Associates, LLP
Ventura, CA 93003
Jesse Mitchell
Jesse Mitchell The Mitchell Firm, PLLC
Ridgeland, MS 39157
Patrick W Powers
Patrick W Powers Powers Taylor LLP
Dallas, TX 75206

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Kevin B Sciantarelli

Kevin B Sciantarelli — KENTUCKY —, October 5, 2015

Sciantarelli Law Firm is a regional personal injury litigation practice based in Louisville, Kentucky.  With a growing practice in central Kentucky, Mr. Sciantarelli has opened an office in Lexington, Kentucky to serve his clients living it that area. 

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Robert L Bogen

Robert L Bogen — FLORIDA —, September 30, 2015

Boca Raton, FL attorney Robert L. Bogen of the Law Offices of Robert L. Bogen, P.A. has received the prestigious AV(R) Preeminent(TM) Peer Review Rating(SM)] from Martindale-Hubbell(R). The AV(R) Preeminent(TM) rating is the highest such peer review rating available to any individual lawyer. Because of earning this rating, he has also been recognized by the publication Palm Beach Illustrated as a “Top Lawyer” in Palm Beach and Martin Counties, Florida.

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Recent Forum Posts

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Elder Abuse

Criminal defense attorneys are a crucial part of the criminal justice court system. Without their counsel, many defendants might face a hostile jury, prosecutor and judge alone in the courtroom. Criminal defense attorneys must complete many tasks…

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Car and Vehicle Accident Injury Law

I was involved in a traffic accident in February, the other driver does not have insurance, and I only have liability insurance. Here is what happened: It was a cloudy/snowy day and the roadways were covered with ice and snow. I was driving down…

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Workplace Disputes

I am a biweekly salaried employee. In January of this year I recieved a raise, moving me to 1442.00 per pay. BUT...because there ends up being 27 pays (instead of the normal 26) for the payroll year, my total yearly salary was divided by 27 pays…