David L. Posner

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Areas of Practice 1) Trial Practice, 2) Accidents, 3) Alternative Dispute Resolution, 4) Animal Attacks, 5) Appellate Practice, 6) Aquatic Injuries, 7) Arbitration, 8) Automobile Accidents and Injuries, 9) Automobile Insurance Defense, 10) Automobile Liability Defense and 11) Automobile Negligence
Education Union College (B.A., summa cum laude, 1971)
Most recent firm McCabe & Mack LLP
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