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Following a merger, Parker McFarland was brought to this firm as a partner in 2015. Since then, the firm has been voted "Best of Forsyth" four years in a row. Parker is a trial and appellate lawyer whose practice focuses on serious personal injury and wrongful death cases arising from auto accidents and others’ negligence. Parker is certified to practice in all state and appellate courts including the United States...
Ann is a member of Phi Delta Phi legal honors fraternity and is admitted to practice law in California, Oklahoma and Illinois (inactive).
Mr. Michael strives in his practice to provide vigorous and efficient representation tailored to each client’s particular needs and goals. Prior to forming Beralo and Michael, Mr. Michael worked extensively on various civil litigation matters, including Landlord-Tenant issues, commercial litigation, and workers compensation matters for two mid-size New Jersey Law Firms. As a member of Beralo & Michael, Mr. Michael appears regularly within the Superior Court and...
Graduated from St. Stephens Episcopal School 1968. Undergraduate Yale University 1972, JD University of Texas 1975, Clerk on Texas Supreme Court 1975-76, Justice Ross Doughty.
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