Frederick C. Johs

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Areas of Practice 1) Commercial Litigation, 2) Products Liability, 3) Construction Law, 4) Appellate Practice, 5) Insurance and Coverage, 6) Medical and Professional Liability, 7) Nursing Home and Health Related Defense, 8) Environmental Litigation, 9) Municipal Law, 10) Real Estate and 11) Trusts and Estates
Education Hofstra University (B.B.A., 1976)
Most recent firm Lewis Johs Avallone Aviles, LLP
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