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Tate Meagher

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Accident & Injury, Car Accident, Personal Injury, Slip & Fall Accident, Wrongful Death

Tate Meagher has lived his entire life in the great Bluegrass state. He was born and raised in Louisville, Kentucky, graduating from St. Xavier High S... (more)

Meagher Law focuses its practice on protecting the rights of those injured across Louisville and surrounding areas. Attorney Tate Meagher effectively negotiates and litigates, if necessary, to get his clients the legal outcome they deserve.

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Meagher Law Office, PLLC
1041 Goss Ave
Louisville, KY 40217
38.227687,-85.7356338

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1041 Goss Ave
Louisville, KY 40217

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