Marc A. Grano
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Marc A. Grano

Sometimes Bad Things Happen to Good People! We fight hard to win for our clients in New Mexico.

Grano Law Offices, P.C.

713 6th Street
Las Vegas, NM 87701

Phone: 505-426-8711

Website: granolaw.com

State Delegate General Member

About Marc A. Grano

Sometimes Bad Things Happen to Good People! I will use my experience to fight for you! We fight hard to win for our Personal Injury and Criminal Defense clients. Experienced and service-oriented representation throughout Las Vegas, Raton, Mora, Espanola, Taos, Santa Rosa, Santa Fe, Rio Rancho, Bernalillo, Los Alamos, or anywhere in between. If YOU have been in a car wreck, auto accident, suffered an injury due to the negligence of another, been charged with DWI, Domestic Violence, a Felony, or Misdemeanor in Federal or State court? YOU deserve the best results possible - and I along with my team will fight to help you get there. I'm your advocate in and out of the courtroom and my success rate proves your case is in good hands.


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