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Springfield Civil Rights Law Firm
Our firm, the Law Offices of Shelley L. Stangler, P.C...
Our firm, the Law Offices of Shelley L. Stangler, P.C... Over the past 35 years, Attorney Shelley L. Stangler has helped hundreds of people. Along with a friendly, knowledgeable staff and qualified attorneys of counsel, she helps people throughout New Jersey with personal injury, education law, malpractice, work related and construction accidents, dangerous products, wrongful death, and civil rights and government liability.
Our firm, the Law Offices of Shelley L. Stangler, P.C., helps only individuals, never insurance companies, large corporate interests or other powerful organizations. The firm was formed in 1999, after Ms. Stangler completed a successful, 10-year tenure as managing attorney and chief litigator for Jacoby and Meyers's personal injury practice in New Jersey. She also worked for seven years as a trial attorney for the Corporation Counsel City of New York, Tort Division.
About The Law Offices of Shelley L. Stangler, P.C.
- Civil Rights
- Melissa Figueroa, Paralegal
- Beanca, Legal Assistant
155 Morris Ave Springfield, NJ 07081
The Law Offices of Shelley L. Stangler, P.C. 800 6th Avenue, Ste. 5B New York, NY 10001 973-577-7949
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