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Maring Williams Law Office
David Maring

400 East Broadway Suite 307
Bismarck ND 58501
(701) 224-0430

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Alt. Phone: 1-800-492-5297

Maring Williams Law Office

We are a law firm with a special concentration in litigation, primarily personal injury litigation. In addition to personal injury matters, our firm also provides services in the areas of wrongful death, commercial litigation, professional liability, products liability, general insurance litigation and family law.

The information contained on our site is general and is not intended to substitute for actual legal advice based upon the facts of your case. If you are interested in obtaining legal advice, please contact Maring Williams Law Office, P.C.

Our firm has a long history of helping people who have been injured due to the fault of another. We will review your case, provide you with an honest assessment and aggressively pursue your claim.

Please Call: 701-224-0430

Please Call: 701-224-0430

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