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Piermont, Jack

Jack Piermont - Jersey City, NJ

26 Journal SquareSuite 1102Jersey City, NJ 07306- 4182

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Updated: 05/30/2014

Jersey City Workers' Compensation Lawyer

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JACK S. PIERMONT, a member of the firm, was admitted to the New Jersey Bar in December, 1973. From February to May, 1974 he served as an assistant Judge Advocate at Plattsburgh Air Force Base handling administrative matters, disciplinary hearings and court martials. Jack joined Frank Lerner, P.A. in May, 1974 and became a partner in 1981. Jack has vast trial experience in civil, criminal, quasi-criminal, family and chancery matters in the Superior Court of New Jersey and United States Federal...

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