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Brian A. Laird

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Accident & Injury, Personal Injury, Malpractice, Litigation

Brian A. Laird was raised in Tucson, Arizona, attended local schools and graduated from the University of Arizona College of Law. He is the author of ... (more)

Litigation, n, Breach of Contract Litigation, Business Litigation

"Brian is an exceptional lawyer. He is very thorough and so is his assistant Cassondra. Would highly recommend his firm. He does not tell you what you want to hear and it can be hard to process and hard to hear but he has your best interest in mind and will stick to his guns and then win your case. Tip: Don't interrupt him when he is talking... He will call you on it."

  2 years ago     3BOYMOM33

"My wife and I utilized Laird Law Firm and we hold Brian in the highest regard. He is very professional and knowledgeable. A very likeable individual, Brian makes you feel as though you are his only client. We highly recommend Brian and his staff and would not hesitate to retain him again."

  5 years ago     H Smith

"I used Brian for a horrendous legal battle with our home builder. Brian was honest, hard working, smart and extremely efficient. He saved us a great deal of money by making very smart decisions, and we won an excellent settlement. Brian helped make what would have otherwise been an overly stressful and horrific experience, understandable, affordable and winnable! We would never use anyone else and recommend Brian often to others."

  5 years ago     Mary Finch

"I have had Brian handle business contracts for me in Arizona as well consult for me in California and Alabama. I am demanding and Mr. Laird has always risen to the task. No doubts, just a strong legal presence on your side."

  5 years ago     Charles Meola

"Brian Laird helped me with an insurance issue related to my business. It was a pleasure working with Brian and I really appreciated the way he quickly and thoroughly responded to all my concerns in a very professional and competent manner. In an unpleasant situation, I felt much better having Brian Laird on my side and I highly recommend him."

  5 years ago     David Boyan

3573 E. Sunrise Drive, Suite 215
Tucson, AZ 85718


3573 E. Sunrise Drive, Suite 215
Tucson, AZ 85718

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