Davis Kelin Law Firm is happy to represent many members of the Navajo Nation in pursuit of justice.
You may find it very hard to find a qualified personal injury lawyer serving the Navajo Nation and Gallup, New Mexico.
We represent plaintiffs of the Navajo and Zuni tribes. We want you to feel like your case matters no matter how big or small. Members of the Navajo Nation want to feel they are safe and that their land is protected at all costs.
As we have seen in the past, sometimes the greed and operations of corporations tries to overrun the rights of the Navajo people. We know how challenging it can be to find a Navajo Nation Lawyer. That’s why we decided to represent members of the Navajo Nation in New Mexico.
Many of our happy clients live in the Gallup, New Mexico metropolitan area and are members of the Navajo Nation. The Navajo Nation is a large land area that covers parts of New Mexico, Arizona, Utah, and the border of Colorado.
Navajo is the largest geographic land base American Indian reservation in the entire United States.
There are over 300,000 members of the Navajo Nation in the United States.
Gallup, New Mexico has 7,389 Navajo residents as of the 2010 census. Native Americans represent 9.4 percent of New Mexico’s population.
We understand the need for a qualified Navajo Nation lawyer in your area. Personal Injuries are traumatic events and many times the wrongdoer goes unpunished. You don’t have to fear discrimination or a lack of care for your case.
If you have any questions about your potential case we would be happy to answer them.
We have handled cases for clients in Gallup, Farmington, Acoma Pueblo, Zuni Pueblo and many New Mexico cities spanning the Navajo Nation.
Our attorneys are licensed to handle cases on Navajo Nation Land. Call us today at (505) 273-6208 to have us handle your personal injury case.
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