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.
I am admitted to practice in New Jersey since 1996 and have been with Aiello, Harris,... more
I am admitted to practice in New Jersey since 1996 and have been with Aiello, Harris, Marth, Tunnero, Pastor & Schiffman since 1998. I handle a variety of personal injury cases inclusing automobile accidents, slip/trip & falls, dog bites, workplace accidents and defective products. Other areas of practice include, but are not limited to traffic tickets, DWI charges, drug charges, shoplifting,... view profile
Since 1996 I have represented Fortune 50 companies, corporations, insurance... more
Since 1996 I have represented Fortune 50 companies, corporations, insurance companies and individual members of the public in personal injury and wrongful death claims, contract disputes, property damage claims, disputes involving the sale of goods and services, business disputes, life insurance claims, municipal court matters and guardianship petitions. I have extensive experience in all asp... view profile
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