Going up against a state agency in a dispute can be daunting, but doing so may be the only option when your livelihood or rights are on the line.
Attorney Ann S. Brumbaugh is the daughter of a schoolteacher. She is a former prosecutor and Assistant Attorney General with years of experience in education and election law and other administrative matters. Having tried these cases from both sides, she possesses unique insights into how to achieve your goals and protect your interests. She is a skilled negotiator who can often resolve matters favorably without a trial, but also a fearless advocate committed to fighting for your rights when necessary.
You don't have to face this challenge alone. Ann offers not only the advocacy you need, but the support you deserve.