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Watford City North Dakota Law Firm - Oil Rig Unit 328Johnson & Sundeen Law Office is a Watford City North Dakota law firm that provides legal service in a variety of areas over a wide region. The firm’s expertise includes oil and gas, personal injury, wrongful death, malpractice, probate, real estate, traffic and industrial accidents including semi-truck collisions and oil well explosions & fires, agriculture, commercial law, corporations, collections, litigation, and appeals. Lawyers in the firm are licensed in North Dakota, Tribal, and Federal courts. Lawyers in the firm are also licensed in Minnesota and Montana.

The law firm’s main office is located in Watford City, where the firm was founded in 1980, and has a branch office in Killdeer. The firm provides legal services to clients throughout North Dakota but focuses its practice in the counties of McKenzie, Williams, Mountrail, Dunn, Billings, Stark, Golden Valley, Divide, and Ward. Its clients come from all parts of North Dakota, other states, and around the world.

The firm primarily focuses on areas of:

  • Serious injury and wrongful death from oil field, semi-truck, and automobile accidents, fires, explosions, and other catastrophic events
  • Oil and gas mineral representation for individuals in areas of advice, title curative, lease negotiations, and litigation
  • Probate and heirship proceedings
  • Commercial negotiations and litigation
  • Agricultural law
  • Real property including leases, deeds, and title litigation
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Partner: Ross Sundeen

In addition to practicing law with Johnson & Sundeen, Ross is the Assistant Dunn County States Attorney.

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Partner: Ariston Johnson

Ariston joined JSLO in 2011 and has an excellent track record arguing appellate cases before the North Dakota Supreme Court.

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Partner: Aaron Weber

Aaron also worked as a wildland firefighter for four summers while in college. He received various certifications and was on one of the largest fires in New Mexico state history, the Las Conchas Fire.

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