Enterprise Bankruptcy, Social Security Disability and Personal Injury Lawyers
Enterprise, Alabama was the location of the very first Brock & Stout law office back in 1996. Since that time, we have expanded all throughout Alabama with 7 other locations, but Enterprise still remains one of our largest offices to this day. Our Brock & Stout Enterprise office is located on East Lee Street off of Boll Weevil Circle near the Community Bank & Trust and Publix. Our Enterprise, Alabama office is a full service location where we provide Bankruptcy, Social Security Disability and Personal Injury law. Brock & Stout has a team of 16 attorneys and over 75 legal assistants that truly care for each and every one of our clients and would love to have you become the next member of the Brock & Stout family. If you are struggling with debt and need a second chance, our Bankruptcy attorneys are here to help. If you are disabled and unable to work, our Social Security Disability attorneys can help you get the benefits you deserve. If you or a loved one have been injured due to the negligence of another, our Personal Injury lawyers would love to fight for your rights and get you compensated for your injuries. No matter what type of help you need, we ALWAYS offer a FREE appointment to come in and speak with one of our attorneys to see if we can help. If you’re ready to get started, feel free to call us at (334) 393-4357 or contact us online. We look forward to proving ourselves to you.
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