Search for "Grant L. Davis"
He’s still passionate about the industry today because he recognizes that real estate is at the core for most people and for every city. For many, a home is their largest and most significant investment. For others, real estate is one of the best ways to gain wealth through investing. Commercial developers help shape the environment we live in by attracting new businesses that strengthen local communities. Contractors renovate old, dated properties, restoring their value and improving neighborhoods.
Rick’s focus on and commitment to real estate makes him...
Raleigh, NC 27601
University of North Carolina School of Law
Cyndi graduated from the University of Kentucky College of Law in 1992, where she was an editor of the Kentucky Law Journal. She received her undergraduate degree in Political Science from the University of Kentucky in 1988. Cyndi was the President of the University of Kentucky Student Government in 1987 and served as the student member of the University of Kentucky Board of Trustees.
Whether fighting for our client's legal rights and freedom or seeking the most advantageous & successful outcome in a Business Law/Litigation matter, we are always in our "CLIENT'S CORNER" fighting for them at the lowest possible costs.
He completed his law studies at Gonzaga University School of Law, where he also completed his undergraduate studies in political science. After passing his bar exam, he turned his attention to the areas of criminal defense and personal injury.
When handling DUI cases, he overlooks no detail when searching for the strongest defense route. He works hard to deliver legal representation of the highest caliber....
A Bay Area native, Mr. Davies graduated cum laude from Santa Clara University in 2002 with a degree in political science and a minor in French language. He subsequently attended Loyola University College of Law, New Orleans where he obtained degrees in both Common Law and Civil Law. In law school, Andrew was a Moot Court staff member and was also a member of a successful Moot Court competition team. In his final...
Brooke devotes much her personal time towards community service. She volunteers in several service programs including Upward Basketball, Relay for Life, and AWANA. Brooke's passion for serving others fueled her desire to represent plaintiffs.
When she is not practicing law...
Mr. Davis’ practice also includes the representation of both private...
Casey Davis is passionate about defending your rights. She thrives on helping you out of a tough situation and into a better life. Well known and respected throughout Collin, Tarrant and Denton Counties, she approaches your case with a hard-hitting, aggressive legal style, serving and advising you toward your best outcome.
Casey worked in a variety of departments as a prosecutor and an intern with the Tarrant and Denton County District Attorney’s Offices including the Crimes Against...
• 35+ years of criminal defense experience handling 1,000’s of felony and misdemeanor cases in State and Federal courts in South Mississippi, including:
>Bond settings and reduction,
> Preliminary and definition hearings,
>Bench and jury trial,
Over the years, he has represented hundreds of clients from every walk of life. Gregory had experience on both sides of...
After my father, Howard Q. Dawson, Sr.-Major USAF, died, I found his trust was not well-written. My dad was sold an estate plan by a large corporation based in another state. These corporations are called "Trust Mills," which give accountants and financial advisors large referral fees to recommend their services to clients. The attorney that prepared the trust did not take the time to make sure all of the important details and contingencies were covered. The attorney did not stand behind the product and was not available to help when problems arose....
During his career, Mr. Davis has served as class counsel on numerous nationwide employment class...
Need a lawyer?
The Justia Lawyer Directory is a listing of lawyers, legal aid organizations, and pro bono legal service organizations. Whether you were injured, are accused of a crime, or are merely engaging in everyday affairs that affect your legal rights or property, an attorney can help you resolve problems or prevent new ones from arising.
Here are just a few situations where you might want to seek the advice of an attorney:
- You were injured in a car or truck accident
- You have been arrested and charged with a crime, such as DUI or shoplifting
- You are considering separating from your spouse
- You have been subjected to harassment or other discrimination at work
Use Justia to research and compare attorneys so that you can make an informed decision when you hire your counsel.
It is important to research an attorney before hiring him or her. Be sure to evaluate an attorney's experience (types of cases handled, prior results obtained, etc.). Although prior results are not indicative of the likelihood of success in your case, they can help you make an informed decision.
Also worth serious consideration is the attorney's location, particularly if you will be traveling to visit him or her for consultations.
Finally, research an attorney to see whether he or she has ever been subject to discipline. Although disciplinary actions do not necessarily impact the attorney's competence to handle your case, they may affect your decision whether to hire.
Researching Attorney Discipline