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Thomas Matthew Reardon Red Bank Monmouth County New Jersey

For more than 15 years, Attorney Thomas M. Reardon III has been dedicated to representing insurance companies, the insured, and private sector clients throughout New Jersey. During his career, he has tried over 50 cases to verdict and has been recognized by the New Jersey Supreme Court as a certified civil trial attorney. Mr. Reardon is admitted to practice in the State of New Jersey, the State of New York, the Federal District Court of New Jersey, the Southern District of New York, and the Eastern District of New York. To learn more about retaining the representation of Attorney Reardon, be s...

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William Edwin Denver Red Bank Monmouth County New Jersey

The Denver Law Firm LLC is led by experienced trial attorney William Denver. Mr. Denver started his career as a clerk to NJ Appellate Division Chief Judge Hermann Michels. Mr. Denver then spent three years trying felony cases as an Assistant District Attorney for the Manhattan DA?s office before moving to Robertson, Freilich Bruno & Cohen and undertaking insurance recovery work on behalf of policyholders. Mr. Denver was later elected as a partner in the insurance recovery group of two AmLaw 100 firms in New York City before forming The Denver Law Firm in 2014.Over the course of his tw...

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Allison A Krilla Red Bank Monmouth County New Jersey

Allison A. Krilla graduated cum laude from the University of Notre Dame with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in American Studies and Computer Applications. She went on to the Rutgers University School of Law in Newark, where she was a managing editor of the Law Record, a Dean's Merit Scholar, and the recipient of numerous awards, including the Thomas L. Yaccarino Scholarship and the Stuart Sawyer Memorial Award. Prior to joining New Jersey business firm Reardon Anderson, LLC, Allison served as a clerk in the Superior Court of Monmouth County. During this time, she gained experience handling cases...