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Allen R. Weed, Attorney at Law

Allen Weed has a law practice in Dallas (TX)
Lawyer has extensive experience representing clients in Health Care Law, Insurance Litigation, Labor & Employment Law, Litigation, Personal Injury matters.
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Suite #860, Dallas, TX 75251
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Health Care Law
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  • Texas (TX) 1967
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