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Ramey & Flock, founded in Tyler in 1922, has matured into one of East Texas' most storied law firms. And enduring record and the respect of colleagues, as well as clients who trust and rely upon our counsel, speak for the value of a Ramey & Flock representation. We represent individuals and corporations through Texas in transactions and litigation, including labor and employment, intellectual property, oil and gas, and all manner of commercial litigation. We also offer trail support and consultation services. 
Originally Ramey, Calhoun, Brelsford & Hull, the firm has stood the test of time and societal change. Its reputation and culture have been formed under the leadership of some of the great legal minds of Texas. The Ramey & Flock of today is an AV-Rated firm and listed in the Bar and Register of Preeminent Lawyers, an honor that fewer than five percent of law firms qualify for. The legacy lives on through our attorneys, who combine this knowledge endowed to them with their own experiences, and skillfully apply all of it to the matters entrusted to us by our clients.

The size and structure of our firm allows us to offer value, as well as strategically unique services. Low overhead and a boutique staff combine for reduced costs, alternative fees, and customized staffing for individual cases.


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Ramey & Flock p.c.
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELORS AT LAW

100 E. Ferguson, Suite 404
Tyler, TX 75702
Phone: 903.597.3301 | Fax: 903.597.2413





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