Passion, Competence And Results Are
The Hallmarks Of Our Success

Monmouth County Lawyers

Photo of attorneys Frank S. Gaudio, Janice Davis Miller and Michael E. McMahon

The Law Office of Miller & Gaudio PC, founded in 1984, offers representation in numerous areas of the law, including serious personal injury, medical malpractice, workers’ compensation, defective products, business litigation, wills and estates, municipal court law, drug offenses, DWI and real estate law.

Schedule a consultation regarding legal concerns handled by The Law Office of Miller & Gaudio PC by contacting us through this website or by phone. We offer home visits and on-site consultations for businesses where appropriate.

Experienced And Prepared

Our lawyers are prepared to handle any complex legal issue with knowledge, experience and vigor. We maintain working relationships with a network of experts in a variety of fields. These well-respected professionals help us build strong cases on behalf of our clients: injured motorists, families involved in legal matters, business owners or DWI defendants.

How We Approach Your Case

A stand-out feature of our law firm is our use of cutting-edge technology to prepare every case as if for trial. We have the capacity to conduct detailed discovery involving thousands of documents in complex class-action suits and other complex litigation.

Leaders In The Legal Community

The attorneys of The Law Office of Miller & Gaudio PC have distinguished credentials, including past representation in cases involving government entities and law enforcement. Our team of lawyers includes members and leaders in bar associations and professional organizations, and counsel certified as civil trial attorneys by the Supreme Court of New Jersey and the National Board of Trial Advocacy.

Schedule a consultation with a New Jersey lawyer regarding a personal injury, medical malpractice, business law, estate planning, municipal court or real estate matter. Contact us by phone or email. Si parla italiano. Se habla español. .