Alice Beirne

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Areas of Practice 1) Medical Malpractice, 2) Personal Injury, 3) Auto Accidents, 4) Dog Bites, 5) Head and Spinal Injuries, 6) Motorcycle Accidents, 7) Natural Disasters, 8) Slip and Fall, 9) Wrongful Death, 10) Real Estate, 11) Buying or Selling a Home, 12) Residential Real Estate and 13) Wills & Probate
Education Rutgers University (B.A., 1982)
Most recent firm Law Office of Alice Beirne
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