Personal Injury Attorney, Frisco

We have represented thousands of clients who have been injured in accidents of all kinds. We have seen it all. There are virtually no injury or accident case types that we haven't tackled. A true Dallas local company since 1982, our personal injury attorneys have combined experience of over 90 years. We can offer you advice on how to get the most out of your claim. Available for free initial consultations in our Frisco office.

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Since 1982, the injury attorneys at Mullen and Mullen have represented thousands of satisfied clients who were hurt in accidents of all kinds and not at-fault. Our counsel has over 90 years of combine

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We have represented thousands of clients who have been injured in accidents of all kinds. We have seen it all. There are virtually no injury or accident case types that we haven't tackled. A true Dall

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We have represented thousands of clients who have been injured in accidents of all kinds. We have seen it all. There are virtually no injury or accident case types that we haven't tackled. A true Dall

Personal Injury Attorney in Frisco

Personal Injury Attorney in Frisco

Personal Injury Attorney in Frisco

Personal Injury Attorney in Frisco

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