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MLF LEGAL PLLC has one simple mission: to give strategic and effective legal advice that leads to the best possible settlement or award in your case.

You will receive a level of service and experience few law offices can match. The average experience of our senior legal staff is over 80 years in personal injury law!

Worried about how to pay for medical care, how much your injury claim is worth, how to recover lost pay, or just want to know if you have a good case? Give us a call today!

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How Does Workers’ Comp Work In Texas?

There are Federal workers’ compensation laws and state workers’ compensation laws.  Federal law governs work injuries that occur while someone is working for a Federal government agency.  State workers’ compensation laws govern work injury claims that happen...

Criminal Courts and COVID-19 Procedures

Criminal Courts and COVID-19 Procedures

COVID-19 Procedures have affected almost every aspect of our daily lives.  Our criminal court system certainly has changed.  The courts in Dallas, Fort-Worth, Collin, and Denton County are no exception. Before COVID-19 procedures changes how we interacted,...

Social Security Disability Login Page

The social security disability login page gets a lot of traffic.  In fact, the login page is one of the most searched-for pages on google related to social security disability.  It is the gateway to managing your social security account.  And for people needing...

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