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Jefferson City Personal Injury and Bankruptcy Lawyers

Missouri Criminal Defense Attorneys located in Jefferson City, Mo and serving the Mid Missouri Area.

At Hanrahan & Nacy, we consider it the ultimate honor that so many of our clients choose us as their lawyers for life.

Our ability to handle the majority of legal issues that people may encounter during their lifetimes — together with our commitment to aggressive and personalized representation — means that our clients can return to us any time they have a legal challenge. That’s exactly what they do. They trust us to take care of them and do what is best for them, regardless of how large or small a legal challenge they face. You can trust us to help you too, now and in the future.

Our practice areas include Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcy, criminal defense, personal injury, estate planning and family law.

Expertise When Your Future Is at Stake

Our attorneys bring decades of experience to every case. We immediately apply that experience with a personal touch, never moving forward without getting to know your needs and understanding at all times how stressful and emotional legal challenges can be.

At our law firm, we design a strategy based on what is best for you. In many cases, that strategy requires us to get aggressive and fight to protect you, your family, your property and your rights. As trial attorneys, we are fully prepared to go to battle on your behalf.

Free Consultations in Every Case

Call 573-636-7900 or contact us via e-mail to schedule a free consultation with a Jefferson City personal injury and bankruptcy attorney.

From our office in Jefferson City, our lawyers routinely practice throughout the entire state of Missouri and particularly in central Missouri, including the cities of Boonville, California, Camdenton, Columbia, Fulton, Lake Ozark, Linn, Mexico, Rolla and Sedalia, and the counties of Audrain, Boone, Callaway, Camden, Cole, Cooper, Howard, Maries, Miller, Moniteau, Morgan, Osage, Pettis, Phelps and Randolph. Our attorneys can be admitted to practice in other states and work with local counsel as needed, on a case-by-case basis.