Denton County, Texas

Denton County is located in the state of Texas. In 2009, Denton County's population was approximately 628,300, which makes it one of the fastest growing counties in the United States. It is considered a part of the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex, which is one of the fastest growing areas in the United States. Denton County and the city of Denton were founded in 1846, and are named for John B. Denton who was a soldier, lawyer and preacher. The University of North Texas is located in Denton County, Texas.

At Eyler Law Offices, we have extensive and diverse backgrounds in numerous areas of law. Eyler has extensive trial experience and has handled hundreds of cases. Eyler has a high level of experience with both the criminal and civil justice systems. This extensive and vast experience gives us an extraordinary insight into the legal process of criminal/civil trials and prosecution tactics. Whether you have been charged with a crime or arrested for DWI or have a landlord/tenant issue or have been victimized by a deceptive business practice, we at Eyler Law Offices have the ability and judgment to effectively defend and represent you.

We also represent clients in all types of professional/occupational license liability matters. We can defend you and your license in front of any Texas regulatory board to protect your professional/ occupational license from reprimand, revocation or suspension. In addition, we also handle civil cases and administrative issues that involve health care compliance, regulatory/legal issues, Medicare and Medicaid, health care fraud, or any type of investigation that the state or federal government may be conducting in regards to your profession/ occupation or health care company or business.

We can be contacted at (214) 540-7750 or at www.eylerlaw.com. Our offices are located at 7557 Rambler Road, Suite 700 which is just east of 75 Central Expressway, off Walnut Hill Lane, across from Presbyterian Hospital in Dallas.

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