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Thank you for visiting www.AkinMears.com. This website has been created solely for the purpose of providing information to victims and families of those who have suffered serious injury and death. The information provided is not intended to be legal advice.
Hiring an attorney is a serious matter and should not be based solely upon advertising. The attorneys of AkinMears, L.L.P. are licensed in the state of Texas.
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