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I focus my practice on complex litigation with a concentration in commercial and industrial real property tax assessment law. I have represented numerous business clients and several municipalities with respect to real estate tax assessment challe...
Practice areas: Litigation, Personal Injury, Elder Law, Business
Danielle is an attorney with O’Connell & Aronowitz. Danielle is involved in representing and advising a broad spectrum of health care and social service provider clients in civil litigation, transactional work, compliance, fraud and abuse, and oth...
Practice areas: Litigation, Health Care, Guardianship, Administrative Law
Review: “Jim will spend whatever time is necessary to evaluate your case and explain the process to you. He is tenacious and the insurance companies fear him. He is not afraid to take your case to trial if the doctor's insur...
Practice areas: Litigation, Personal Injury, Administrative Law
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