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Attorney Eliot Reiner Once Again Earns Lead Counsel Rating in Injury Law
Attorney Eliot Reiner Once Again Earns Lead Counsel Rating in Injury Law

People who know Attorney Eliot Reiner – President of Eliot Reiner, APLC in Sacramento – know that he believes in the power of personalized representation for personal injury plaintiffs. For more than 20 years, he has proudly been acting as a legal champion for the wrongfully ...

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  • Attorney Eliot Reiner Once Again Earns Lead Counsel Rating in Injury Law

    People who know Attorney Eliot Reiner – President of Eliot Reiner, APLC in Sacramento – know that he believes in the power of personalized representation for personal injury plaintiffs. For more than ...

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    Many people view Labor Day as the last of the major summer holidays. Perhaps you’ve got holiday plans that include a BBQ by the pool. While this is usually a joyous and fun occasion, it’s important to ...

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  • Eliot Reiner, APLC Wins “Best Law Firm 2019” BirdEye Best Business Award

    If you live in Sacramento, then you probably already know about Eliot Reiner, APLC. Our personal injury law firm is led by Attorney Eliot Reiner , who has decades of legal experience under belt alone. ...

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    Sacramento Magazine’s Top Lawyers List of 2019 is out, and we’re pleased to announce that our very own Eliot Reiner, Esq. has made the list! This is Attorney Reiner’s second year being nominated and ...

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