Brian Reagan

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Areas of Practice 1) Real Estate, 2) Buying or Selling a Home, 3) Commercial Leasing, 4) Commercial Real Estate, 5) Zoning and Land Use, 6) Landlord and Tenant Law, 7) Residential Real Estate, 8) Personal Injury, 9) Automobile Accidents, 10) Dog Bites, 11) Head Injury, 12) Spinal Injury and 13) Motorcycle Accidents
Education Rutgers University, Camden (B.S., Accounting, with
Most recent firm Mullen and Reagan
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