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Walstead Mertsching PS

1220 Main St, Vancouver, Washington 98660, USA
Areas of expertise: Employment Law, Personal Injury, Wrongful Death
30 years in practice
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About Walstead Mertsching PS

Walstead Mertsching PS traces its beginnings to warly 1925 when Howard J. Atwell (1880-1962) and Ronald Moore (1897-1968) opened an office on the second floor of the old Masonic Building in Kelso, Washington. Atwell left the firm to become a Cowlitz County Superior Court Judge in 1934, and Moore continued as a sole practitioner. Jerome R. Walstead (1913-1981) joined Moore as an associate in 1946, after serving in the judge Advocate General Corps of the U.S. Army during World War II.

Walstead Mertsching PS Areas Of Practice

Employment Law
Personal Injury
Wrongful Death

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Walstead Mertsching PS Locations

1220 Main St, Vancouver, Washington 98660, USA

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