Jennifer L. Haeberle, Esquire is a trial lawyer. She represents clients in State and Federal Courts in Pennsylvania and New Jersey. Ms. Haeberle concentrates her litigation practice in insurance/self-insured defense, premises liability, automobile/trucking liability, professional liability/malpractice, contract, insurance coverage, product liability, workers’ compensation and employment law.
Ms. Haeberle graduated from the State University of New York at Geneseo with a Bachelor of Arts in History. She then received her Juris Doctorate in 2001 from Rutgers State University. Ms. Haeberle went on to develop expertise in a large range of practice areas with the law firms of Zeller & Bryant in Cherry Hill, NJ, O’Brien & Ryan in Plymouth Meeting, PA and Silverman, Bernheim & Vogel in Philadelphia, PA.
Ms. Haeberle is also a Financial Mentor for Military Warriors Support Foundation, a non-profit organization that awards homes, mortgage free, to disabled veterans in need. Her role as a Financial Mentor includes counseling disabled veterans on topics such as investments, savings and debt reduction.
Ms. Haeberle continues to handle cases at the Firm ranging in value from municipal court level to multi-million dollar cases. Ms. Haeberle understands that practicing law is a service business – she and the Firm honor that commitment to client service daily.
Ms. Haeberle resides in Downingtown, PA with her husband, three young children and dog. She is a Home and School Association volunteer for her children’s school and enjoys running and fitness.
Jennifer can be contacted via e-mail at JHaeberle@wagnerlaw.net and her direct dial is (215) 979-8710.
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