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J. Clay Christensen
Charter Member
General Practice Law

3401 NW 63rd Street, Suite 600, OKLAHOMA CITY, OK 73116


Clay graduated from Oklahoma State University in 1983, where he received a Bachelor of Science degree in both Accounting and Economics. He achieved his Juris Doctorate degree in 1986 from the University of Oklahoma.

William P. Churchill, III
Charter Member
General Practice Law

160 Clairemont Avenue, Suite 200, Decatur, GA 30030


When you are in need of legal services, one of the most important things to consider is the competence and experience of the attorney you are considering retaining. The law office of William P. Churchill, III P.C. Attorney At Law, has been practicing law for over 25 years and we are extremely knowledgeable in most facets of the law; making us one of the best firms to hire in the area. If you choose to retain our services, you can have direct access to your lawyer throughout your case. We handle general litigation matters as well as immigration, mediation and personal injury cases in state and federal courts. We understand that every case is different and no client’s needs are the same, so we work to serve your individual needs and exceed your expectations. Our attorneys recognize that our clients deserve aggressive legal services provided at a cost-effective manner, so that the cost of legal representation does not become an additional burden. If you’re ready to discuss your case with an experienced attorney who cares about your needs, call William P. Churchill, III P.C. Attorney At Law, today at (678) 954-5728. We can provide you with a free consultation and work out a flexible payment plan.

Woody Clermont
Charter Member
General Practice Law

4169 SW 67 Avenue, Apt 101A, Davie, FL 33314


Admitted to the Florida Bar in 2004, I have been a practicing attorney for 14 years. I have worked as a Government Attorney for agencies of the State of Florida for 13 years. I am currently working as a senior staff attorney at the Administrative arm of the Eleventh Judicial Circuit of Florida. Prior to that I spent many years prosecuting serious crimes as an assistant state attorney with the State Attorney\'s Office for Miami. I possess two associates degrees, two bachelors degrees, two masters degrees and a professional doctorate (law degree). I am versed in a number of areas of the law, including general practice.

Mansfield Collins
Featured Lawyer
General Practice Law

100 N Barranca Ave, West Covina, CA 91791


David Copple
Charter Member
General Practice Law

2425 Taylor Ave, Norfolk, NE 68701, USA


David E. Copple\'s litigation practice is regional in scope. He has litigated cases in or represented clients from Arizona, California, Colorado, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Massachusetts, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Wisconsin and Wyoming. Mr. Copple\'s comprehensive practice emphasizes sophisticated litigation for plaintiff and defendant in cases involving personal injury, products liability, corporate-commercial, banking, creditor bankruptcy, securities, wrongful death, and real estate investment trusts. Mr. Copple has successfully tried felony criminal cases, a felony manslaughter case and a first degree murder case. Mr. Copple\'s appellate work has included cases of first impression, including: that a \"farmer\" is a \"merchant\" for purposes of the Nebraska Uniform Commercial Code; that a \"bank employee\" is not a \"professional\" for purposes of professional malpractice statute of limitations; that a named driver exclusion will not be applied in a manner that will deny an insured party uninsured or underinsured motorist coverage when the subject of the exclusion was not responsible for the injury and is not seeking coverage; that a secured creditor can qualify as a good faith purchaser for value and receive priority under Nebraska Uniform Commercial Code, Article IX over an unpaid seller; and that state common law theories of negligence and strict liability are preempted by The Federal Insecticide, Fungicide and Rodenticide Act involving a \"non-applicator\" injured by toxic chemical exposure.