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Sterns & Walker

Sterns & Walker

Aviation Accident, Malpractice, Toxic Mold & Tort, Wrongful Death, Pharmaceutical Product

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Gerald C. Sterns


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Accident & Injury, Wrongful Death, Pharmaceutical Product, Products Liability

Gerald Sterns currently focuses his practice on plaintiff's litigation referrals on major aviation, products liability, and other catastrophic claims, both nationally and internationally. In a... (more)

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