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I represent clients regarding construction claims (defects and collections), insurance claims (home, auto accident, and business), general collection matters, business law, and general civil litigation matters. I have litigated multi-plaintiff lawsuits related to construction defect claims, insurance coverage claims, and various collection claims. I have participated in jury trials to verdict in cases involving wrongful death, fraud, construction defects, collection matters, and auto accidents. A good portion of my practice also involves representing businesses with regular legal support...
Elizabeth is a graduate of Penn State University and William and Mary Law School. In addition to divorce, custody, and support matters, Elizabeth has a particular expertise in adoption and child...
Mr. Vaughn attended the University of Mississippi, graduating with honors, and in 1988 received his undergraduate Bachelor of Business Administration degree in Insurance, Risk Management, and Financial Services. While at Ole Miss, he was active in...
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