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  • Ada County Wrongful death Attorney
    Avvo Rating: 8.2  
    Licensed
    Effective, Efficient and Ethical. Jeff Hepworth has been serving clients throughout Idaho for over 30 years. Hepworth Law Offices emphasizes QUALITY representation that places the interests of our clients over our own.
  • Ada County Wrongful death Attorney
    Avvo Rating: 10  
    Licensed
    I maintain a healthy balance between my professional life and my family life. I work hard for my clients and maintain the highest level of loyalty to them.  I am a father of seven children.  I coach my children in youth football, basketball and ba...
  • Ada County Wrongful death Attorney
    Avvo Rating: 7.8  
    Licensed
    Scott received a  Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Utah in 1989 and a Juris Doctor degree from Willamette University in 1993. He was admitted to the Oregon Bar in 1993 and the Idaho Bar in 1997. Scott believes that an injury atto...
  • Ada County Wrongful death Attorney
    Avvo Rating: 10  Attention 
    Licensed
    Joe grew up on a farm in Southeast Kansas. After high school, he enlisted in the United States Air Force as an Aircraft Electrician. After his military duty, he attended Washburn University School of Law and graduated with Dean’s Honors. Joe earne...
  • Ada County Wrongful death Attorney
    Avvo Rating: 8.8  
    Licensed
    Charlie is the only Idaho member of the Inner Circle of Advocates the premier organization of the best trial lawyers in each state.  He is recognized by fellow Idaho practitioners as the preeminent medical malpractice lawyer in the state.  Charlie...
  • Ada County Wrongful death Attorney
    Avvo Rating: 6.7  
    Licensed
    I attended law school after a successful career in law enforcement and as a private accident reconstructionist.  Having investigated thousands of collisions, ranging from minor “fender benders” to multiple-vehicle, fatality accidents, I understand...