Before entering the practice of law full-time, Attorney Feener worked in the insurance industry for 20 years as both an adjuster and examiner of property insurance claims.
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With this insurance background, Attorney Feener has chosen to focus on property related insurance claims under both the homeowners insurance policy and the various commercial property insurance forms/policies.
Attorney Feener also focuses on those claims of deserving victims who have been harmed by insurance companies and adjusters.
With both an associate and bachelors degree in business, Attorney Feener is familiar with the needs of business and the potential problems they face.
Shortly after obtaining his juris doctorate degree, Attorney Feener started his own practice in 1992 and spent more than two years representing indigent criminal defendants trying cases in both the jury session and jury waived session.
As veteran of the U.S Army, Attorney Feener recognizes and pursues all matters with both perseverance and tenacity.
Attorney Feener is personally involved in handling of all cases through to final resolution, whether it be settlement, trial before a judge or jury verdict.
Attorney Feener continues to accept certain criminal cases and matters involving gun related charges including those involving “Red Flag” allegations and hearings.
Attorney Danielle F. Wehrli is an associate at the Law Office of Gordon E. Feener, Esq. & Associates. In this capacity, Danielle has been involved in a variety of cases centering largely in the areas of insurance, business litigation, and employment law.
Danielle graduated from the Hamilton College in Clinton, New York in 2010 with a degree in Economics and is a 2016 graduate of New England Law | Boston. While at New England Law, she received multiple New England Scholar Awards, was named to the Dean’s List, and graduated with Honors.