Michael J. Schoppmann is regarded nationally for devoting his career to the defense... more
Michael J. Schoppmann is regarded nationally for devoting his career to the defense of healthcare professionals in actions brought before state licensing authorities, federal healthcare agencies (i.e., the Office of Inspector General, Medicare, Medicaid, DEA, OSHA) hospital review boards (credentialing and disciplinary), billing/coding/fraud investigative units (both public and private) and in ... view profile
I have been engaged in civil practice for more than 30 years. My office will provide... more
I have been engaged in civil practice for more than 30 years. My office will provide you with competent, caring representation at an affordable cost. Charles D. Whelan III, Esq. is fully insured for professional liability. Please call today for a free consultation.
My practice focuses primarily on civil litigation for the Simon Law Group in a... more
My practice focuses primarily on civil litigation for the Simon Law Group in a variety of areas including personal injury, unfair competition and other business-related torts, contract-based claims, and consumer protection. In addition, I regularly handle traffic and disorderly persons offenses in the various municipal courts across Central and Northern New Jersey, as well as representing indi... view profile
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