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Lindberg Law, P.C. - Sauk Rapids, MN

1277 Second Street NorthSauk Rapids, MN 56379- 2531

Updated: 04/04/2018

Sauk Rapids Workers' Compensation Law Firm

Overview

If you call Lindberg Law, P.C. and can't speak directly to the attorney, you will be assisted by a highly qualified, professional and competent support staff. There is nothing more frustrating than calling the firm you have hired to represent you, and not being able to have your questions answered because your attorney is with a client, on the phone, in court, ect.

We realize that you are most likely going through a very difficult and stressful time in your life. Perhaps the workers...

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