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Reno  Robert Allen Koenig

Robert Koenig

Reno, NV Personal Injury
Avvo rating 9.7
As a beneficiary on my parents' trust, I was slapped with a petition by the other beneficiaries to disinherit... more
Reno  Gregory L. Jensen

Gregory Jensen

Reno, NV Probate
Avvo rating 9.0
Ken is a rare find in the legal world. His ability to navigate our justice system, both in procedure and in... more
Reno  Kenneth A Stover

Kenneth Stover

Reno, NV Criminal Defense
Avvo rating 8.0
Ken was very thorough and responsive leading us through a difficult time. This was a new experience for us... more
Reno  Kenneth A Stover

Kenneth Stover

Reno, NV Criminal Defense
Avvo rating 8.0
I know many lawyers, but I have never come to trust any as much as I trust Lucas Foletta. He is professional,... more
Reno  Lucas Marshall Foletta

Lucas Foletta

Reno, NV Lawyer
Avvo rating 5.9
I was wrongly accused of Battery Domestic Violence and hired Shouse Law to defend me. The prices were... more
Reno  Daniel R. Page

Daniel Page

Reno, NV Criminal Defense
Avvo rating 7.4
We were referred to this law firm by one of my daughters classmates in California. The office staff were... more
Reno  Daniel R. Page

Daniel Page

Reno, NV Criminal Defense
Avvo rating 7.4
Lee accepted our case when other attorney's wouldn't, because he had compassion. Our previous attorney did a... more
Reno  Lee Thomas Hotchkin Jr

Lee Hotchkin

Reno, NV Personal Injury
Avvo rating 9.8

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What is now Reno began as a toll bridge over the Truckee River that was built by Charles W. Fuller to accommodate mining traffic after the 1859 discovery of silver at the nearby Comstock Lode. After a small community grew up around the bridge, Fuller sold the bridge to Myron C. Lake, who continued to develop the village and renamed it “Lake’s Crossing.”

After the Central Pacific Railroad built a station in the town, Lake’s Crossing was renamed Reno after a Union officer killed in the Civil War, Major General Jesse Lee Reno.