John E. Gompers

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Areas of Practice 1) Personal Injury, 2) Wills, 3) Medical Negligence, 4) General Civil Litigation, 5) Real Estate, 6) Automobile Accidents and Injuries, 7) Brain Injury, 8) Catastrophic Injury, 9) Head Injury, 10) Motor Vehicle Accidents and Injuries, 11) Motorcycle Accidents and 12) School Bus Accidents
Education Xavier University (B.A., 1974)
Most recent firm Gompers, McCarthy & McClure
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