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January 17, 2013
Service

Inman, Tourgee & Williamson is a full service law firm and has provided litigation services in all courts of the State of Rhode Island, including jury trials, civil, criminal and family court trials, and Workers' Compensation trials. Additionally, the firm handles real estate matter, landlord/tenant issues, Social Security hearings, Bankruptcy Court proceedings, and Estate/Probate concerns.

Experience

The firm has represented individuals, families and small businesses since its inception in 1990 when Gregory S. Inman and Mark D. Tourgee began their law practice in the community where they grew up. Community involvement has always been a priority of the firm. Inman, Tourgee & Williamson actively serves the community through sponsorship of numerous youth sports teams, contributing on a weekly basis in a "Dress Down For Charity Day", as well as contributions of time and money to benefit various local events and charities.

Trust

The staff at Inman, Tourgee & Williamson shares in the commitment to provide quality legal services at a fair price. We understand the sensitive and confidential nature of many of the situations which cause an individual or a group to contact an attorney. Many situations which require legal services occur unexpectedly and are often extremely stressful. At Inman, Tourgee & Williamson, our attorneys and staff seek to minimize a client's stress and anxiety, and guide the client toward a favorable result. To this extent, communication between the client and the staff is essential. At Inman, Tourgee & Williamson, we aim to provide our clients with a ready and caring individual to meet your legal needs.

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