Wilcoxen Callaham, LLP


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Accident & Injury, Personal Injury, Car Accident, Medical Malpractice, Wrongful Death
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Drew Montgomery Widders

Commercial Real Estate, Litigation, Elder Law, Products Liability

Edward Stirling Deacon

Other, Employment, Divorce, Civil & Human Rights

Martha A Taylor

Lawsuit & Dispute, Accident & Injury

Michelle Catchot Jenni

Landlord-Tenant, Litigation, Disability, Accident & Injury

Nichole Alexis Dickinson

Military, Real Estate, Lawsuit, Car Accident

Walter Howard Loving

Other, Employment, Disability, Accident & Injury

William M. Lyons

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William Cooper Callaham

Professional Responsibility, Litigation, Products Liability, Medical Malpractice

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"I have had consultations with several of the attorneys here. Although it has never required representation, their willingness to help and the advice they give is amazing! Their help has allowed me to handle a few legal matters myself, without the need for representation, but also with the knowledge that if I do need an attorney eventually, I know a good place to find one!"

  1 year ago     Mitchell Miller

"The firm is really professional and has represented a couple of my family members and have been very attentive and was always there to answer our questions. In the end we were very appreciative on how the attorneys handled our cases. Such a great firm. I will be referring all my family and friends here from now on because I know they will be treated like family."

  1 year ago     Jasmine Castro

"What a true blessing, Daniel Wilcoxen and many in his office have been to my family. Without all their care, concern, hard work and expertise we would be struggling to survive day to day life after experiencing a life changing event. Thank you, from the bottom of our hearts."

  1 year ago     Jodi Brents

Wilcoxen Callaham, LLP
2114 K St
Sacramento, CA 95816


2114 K St
Sacramento, CA 95816

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