Serving the Goodlettsvlle area.
1.Stillman & Friedland Attorneys at Law
208 23rd Ave N
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2.Gibson & Jones
4979 Lebanon Pike
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Our attorneys are long-time Tennessee residents, graduates of the Nashville School of Law, and have been with our firm since they started practicing law. Our firm was started in the 1960s by H. Tom Ki
3.Bowden, Tim. L.
306 Northcreek Blvd
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Tim helped me with my surgery, he sent me flowers while I was in the hospital and he was there for me all the way through until I received my settlement. He is truly a great man and I appreciate what
4.24/7 LegalServing the Goodlettsvlle, TN area
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5.High, David E
300 James Robertson Pkwy
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Super nice. He was really quick to answer all my questions and was truly interested in my case. I would refer anyone to him
6.King & Ballow
315 Union St Ste 1100
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King & Ballow was formed in 1969 in Nashville, Tennessee by Frank S. King, Jr., and Robert L. Ballow. Mr. King and Mr. Ballow have retired. Frank King began a solo practice in Nashville following his
7.Beck & Beck Attorneys At Law
4205 Gallatin Pike
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I used David as my agent when buying a home and he is an excellent real estate agent. I have been involved in at l other transaction just in the past month that he did a lot of work on to get it thou
Law Offices Of William H Stover
222 2nd Ave N Ste 326, Nashville, TN, 37201
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