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Steven A. Shapiro, Attorney at Law
Fleishman & Shapiro P.C.
(303)861-1000
2000 S. Colorado Blvd. Tower One Suite 9000
Denver, CO 80202
Insurance Litigation, Litigation, Personal Injury
Colorado lawyer Steven A. Shapiro professional profile

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James E. Preston

Lawyer James E. Preston licensed to practice in Colorado since 1991
Office: 970-565-3788, Po Box 1416, Dolores, CO 81323

Jon L. Kelly

Lawyer Jon L. Kelly licensed to practice in Colorado since 1992
Office: 995 Railroad Ave., Dolores, CO 81323
Web site: www.westslopelaw.com/AttorneyProfile.html
PRACTICE AREA: Business Law, Intellectual Property, Litigation

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