Talk to a Brain Injury Attorney in North Dakota
Talk to a North Dakota Brain Injury Attorney experienced in Brain Injury Litigation and Trials
With more than thirty-three years of experience in negligence and personal injury litigation, this North Dakota attorney is prepared to represent you in your personal injury case. His commitment is not only to help his clients recover money for the serious and disabling injuries or loss of life that they or a loved one has suffered, but to also minister to them as people who must put their entire lives back together as a result of a catastrophic injury or death of a loved one.
This North Dakota attorney is a member of the Association of Trial Lawyers of America (ATLA), and a member of the North Dakota Trial Lawyers Association. With his vast experience he lectures extensively on a variety of legal topics. With all of this experience and a reliable firm behind him, you can be confident that this attorney will represent you with skill and dedication.
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