History

Knoll, Kolger, Sowers & Metzger traces its origin to Benjamin Franklin Harris, whose law practice began in 1875. Benjamin Harris practiced with Joseph Kibbey, who later became territorial governor of Arizona. Harris's son, Windsor Harris, continued the practice after Benjamin's death in 1925. Raymond Knoll joined the firm in 1953, followed by Karl J. Kolger in 1957 and George M. Sowers in 1972. Bruce D. Metzger joined the firm in 1992.

Our Mission

In today's competitive and fast-paced environment, clients demand competent legal services provided in a timely manner. Our mission is to provide quality legal services with diligence and confidentiality, observing the highest ethical standards.

Our attorneys bring a broad background of experience with them in serving the legal needs of the community.  An active role in the life of the community enhances the provision of competent legal services. Attorneys at Knoll, Kolger, Sowers & Metzger have been active in community organizations such as The Whitewater Opera Company, Main Street, Crimestoppers, Boy Scouts, Whitewater Community Television, Richmond Youth Soccer Association, Civic Theater, Yokefellow, American Legion, The Chamber of Commerce and local churches.