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Arechigo & Stokka PA

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Arechigo & Stokka PA

Criminal, Accident & Injury, Workers' Compensation,

  • Firm Year: 2006
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651-222-6603

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Criminal, Accident & Injury, Workers' Compensation

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Our firm consists of aggressive criminal defense lawyers, personal injury lawyers, and workers’ compensation lawyers.  We represent clients throughout Minnesota, North Dakota, and United States District Court.  The lawyer you choose is a very important decision.  Whether you need help in North Dakota or Minnesota, we’ll take the time to walk you through your criminal defense, personal injury, or workers’ compensation case.  Your case becomes our case.  You will get our full attention and dedication to obtaining the best possible result.

"I have been a client of Arechigo & Stokka for nearly a decade. They provide exceptional legal representation and maintain good working relationships with various judges and prosecuting attorneys in the Twin Cities area. They are well versed in the current laws which are continually changing. This allows them to quickly adapt, if needed, in order to offer the best legal strategy possible for a given case. Arechigo & Stokka treat each case with the utmost importance, work promptly to advocate for their clients' needs, and communicate openly with each regarding the status of their particular case. Arechigo & Stokka does not speculate on the outcome of a case or provide misleading information to their clients; rather, they concisely present the facts of a case to their clients as details are discovered. They work with each client to ensure the client is fully aware of the results of their various paths forward so that the client is able to make informed decisions. I fully recommend Arechigo & Stokka for your legal needs."

  8 months ago     Abigail Peterson


"I was referred to John Arechigo by another very well known and successful attorney. John proved to be very knowledgeable on all the subjects involved in our case. John was always professional and very reliable. I am very appreciative of John's representation and the referral I was given to find John. I would highly recommend John to any of my family and friends."

  8 months ago     Budd Rutter


"Such a reliable, knowledgeable firm if you're in need of an attorney. I could reach someone any time I needed to by phone, email or text. I've used John in the past and he's very professional and you know he's on your side. Licenced in both ND & MN, highly recommended!"

  8 months ago     Leah Arechigo


"As a client I felt like Attorney Arechigo did not have my best interest at heart. I would not recommend this legal service."

  8 months ago     rorrim4


Arechigo & Stokka PA
332 Minnesota St #W1080
Saint Paul, MN 55101
44.9468494,-93.0911937

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332 Minnesota St #W1080
Saint Paul, MN 55101

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