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Beasley Allen has attorneys licensed to practice law in 18 states and we affiliate in particular cases with attorneys licensed to practice in almost every state court in the United States, allowing us to handle cases from anywhere in the country. Because of this we have been able to successfully litigate cases all over the country.
We work with attorneys and clients throughout the country, representing plaintiffs and claimants in the following areas: personal injury, products liability, consumer fraud, business litigation, environmental litigation and pharmaceutical litigation.
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- The individual facts and circumstances of your case may differ from the matters in which the testimonials are provided
- Testimonials of all clients are not provided
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