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Timothy Brown is Honored to to Have Been Selected by the National Trial Lawyers as a
Timothy Brown is Honored to to Have Been Selected by the National Trial Lawyers as a "Top 100 Trial Lawyer"

Attorney Timothy Brown has been selected by National Trial Lawyers organization as one of their "Top 100 Trial Lawyers." Attorney Brown is honored to receive this award and will proudly endeavor to further and promote the ideals and values of this fine organization.

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  • Timothy Brown is Honored to to Have Been Selected by the National Trial Lawyers as a "Top 100 Trial Lawyer"

    Attorney Timothy Brown has been selected by National Trial Lawyers organization as one of their "Top 100 Trial Lawyers." Attorney Brown is honored to receive this award and will proudly endeavor to ...

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