Serving the Independence area.
1.McElligott, Ewan & Hall PC
233 W Walnut St
AttorneysWorkers Compensation AssistanceGeneral Practice AttorneysLabor & Employment Law Attorneys
For more than 20 years, the attorneys at McElligott, Ewan, Hall & Kimminau, a Professional Corporation have provided clients with dependable legal representation across a wide range of practice areas,
2.Welch, Martin & Albano, LLC
311 W Kansas Ave
AttorneysDivorce AssistanceCriminal Law AttorneysFamily Law Attorneys
In 1965, we opened the law offices of Welch, Martin & Albano with a commitment to providing personalized client service and legal representation. For more than four decades we have been meeting the ne
3.Boyd Kenter Thomas & Parrish LLC
AttorneysLabor & Employment Law AttorneysTransportation Law AttorneysPersonal Injury Law Attorneys
Boyd Kenter Thomas & Parrish LLC has been helping accident victims for over 30 years. We are Trial Lawyers For Working Families. Our attorneys will meet with you by appointment at either of our conven
4.Madrigal & Machicao LLC
501 W Lexington Ave
AttorneysWills, Trusts & Estate Planning AttorneysBusiness Law AttorneysProbate Law Attorneys
5.Humphrey Farrington & McClain PC
AttorneysBusiness Law AttorneysMedical Law AttorneysEnvironment & Natural Resources Law Attorneys
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6.Piedimonte James R
209 S Spring St
AttorneysTransportation Law AttorneysDivorce AssistanceSocial Security & Disability Law Attorneys
I reached out to the Missouri bar for a custody recommendation. His name was pulled out of the random list of members. At first he wanted to charge a VERY high consultation fee just to talk to me, ho
7.Redfearn Law Firm, P.C.
4200 Little Blue Pkwy Ste 630
AttorneysMedical Law AttorneysWrongful Death AttorneysMedical Malpractice Attorneys
Paul L. Redfearn Micheal D. Wallis J. LeAnn Friel
McElligott, Ewan & Hall PC
233 W Walnut St, Independence, MO, 64050
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