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1.Coleman & Massey PC
601 S Jefferson St
AttorneysCorporation & Partnership Law AttorneysPersonal Property Law AttorneysEstate Planning Attorneys
Welcome'=Estate Planning, Wills and Probate the office of Coleman & Massey practices law in Roanoke, Virginia and (Independent City).Our entire staff is dedicated to helping clients with their legal m
2.Crandall Daniel L & Associates PC
366 Elm Ave SW
AttorneysSocial Security & Disability Law AttorneysAccident & Property Damage AttorneysCivil Litigation & Trial Law Attorneys
We cal our paralegal assigned to our case..leave messages repeatedly with no return calls. Its been close to a year and when we actually get to speak to him, he says he will check into it and call bac
3.The Law Offices of Daniel L. Crandall & Associates
366 Elm Ave SW
AttorneysAutomobile Accident AttorneysSocial Security & Disability Law AttorneysWrongful Death Attorneys
4.Wilson C. Pasley, PLC
11 Franklin Rd SW
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5.Brumberg Mackey & Wall
30 Franklin Rd SW Ste 800
AttorneysLegal Service PlansTax AttorneysDivorce Attorneys
Brumberg, Mackey & Wall, P.L.C., a general practice firm, includes attorneys with a wealth of legal experience.We consider it a privilege to join with valued clients in creating positive solutions for
6.Ferris & Eakin PC
22 Luck Ave SW
Ferris & Eakin offers expertise in traffic law, personal injury, crimmal defense, wokers compensation, probate and estate law We are a small firm with very experienced attorneys and staff nad we pract
7.Law Office of Richard D Scott
302 Washington Ave SW
AttorneysCivil Litigation & Trial Law AttorneysBankruptcy Law AttorneysCollection Law Attorneys
The Law Office of Richard D. Scott handles a wide variety of litigation matters, with special expertise in bankruptcy and creditors' rights matters. Richard's background includes more than a decade of
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