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"Kamaljit is an amazing lawyer. She is trustworthy, friendly, caring and a reliable person. She does things in a very professional, confidential and timely manner. I love her as a person and a businesswoman"

[Rani G.]

Kamaljit Lehal founded Lehal Law in 1992.  The firm has provided legal services to the local community and clients from the U.S. and abroad for more than 22 years.

The firm started out as providing general legal services but has over the years tailored its services to allow for a more niche legal practice. Lehal Law’s  areas of practice are limited to: Immigration, Personal Injury, WCB and Mediation. These are areas that Lehal Law has extensive experience in and is very passionate about. Having a more niche practice and being passionate about the work it does has allowed Lehal Law to effectively represent its clients.

Many of the clients that come to Lehal Law have been referred by past clients which attests to the quality of work that Lehal Law prides itself in.

At Lehal Law you will experience a warm and inviting environment where your legal issues will be addressed in English, Punjabi or Hindi.

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ABOUT US

Kamaljit K. Lehal founded Lehal Law in 1992. The firm has provided legal services to the local community and to clients from the U.S. and abroad for more than 22 years.

The firm started out providing general legal services but has over the years refined its services to allow for a more tailored legal practice. Lehal Law’s areas of practice are focused on: Immigration, Personal Injury, WCB and Mediation. These are areas that Lehal Law has extensive experience in and is very passionate about. Having a more niche practice allows Lehal Law to better serve its clients.

Many of the clients who come to Lehal Law have been referred by past clients which attests to the quality of work that Lehal Law prides itself in.

At Lehal Law you will experience a warm and inviting environment where your legal issues will be addressed in English, Punjabi, or Hindi.

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