Best Law Firm: Vogel Law Firm

Location: Fargo

Vogel Law Firm has been named Best Law Firm in the 2022 Best of the Red River Valley competition.
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How does it feel to be named the best law firm in Fargo-Moorhead?

“We’re thrilled about it. It means a lot to us,” Attorney Luke Heck said. “There’s little higher praise than that.”

What sets you apart from competitors?

“I think that we have a good group of attorneys and staff members that show that we’re dedicated to doing the best that we can for our clients,” Heck said.

What services does your firm offer that people may not know about?


Vogel can help with bankruptcies, wills and estates, and the firm has various practice areas in the criminal and civil realms, including immigration, personal injury and employment law. “We cover everything, and it’s not just what you might see some of our attorneys in the news for,” Heck said.

  • Second place: Oster Law Office
  • Third place: Ohnstad Twichell, P.C.
  • Fourth place: Fremstad Law
  • Fifth place: Aaland Law

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