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Civil & Human Rights, Wrongful Termination, Accident & Injury, Criminal
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PAYMENT PLANS AVAILABLE Looking for an experienced Civil Rights Lawyer? This area of law can often be a complex and potentially confusing one, whic... (more)

Looking for an experienced Civil Rights Lawyer? This area of law can often be a complex and potentially confusing one, which is why it is not advisable to try to take care of such matters without a professional. To ensure your best interests are secure, you will require someone who is not merely a knowledgeable Civil Rights Lawyer in the academic sense, but one who has a wealth of experience working as an attorney in this field. Howard M. Rosenstein has the knowledge and the experience necessary to navigate the complicated nature of this area of law.

With 30 years of experience, a proven track record, and the intensive kind of attention to detail that is crucial to these legal issues, you can be sure that you will be taken care of properly. We always begin with a FREE CONSULTATION that allows for you to get to know us and for us to get to know you. We want to be familiar with every detail pertaining to your unique situation so that nothing gets overlooked.

    The Law Office of Howard M. Rosenstein
    1309B W Abram St
    Arlington, TX 76013
    32.736725,-97.125916

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    1309B W Abram St
    Arlington, TX 76013

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