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Jennifer Y. Lee, Attorney at Law

Jennifer Lee has a law practice in Camarillo (CA)
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PO Box 2273, Camarillo, CA 93011
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  • California (CA) 2008
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    Ventura: Camarillo
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    Contra Costa Times Each year, thousands of Californians hurt themselves on the job and end up with back surgery -- a small but expensive piece of the state's workers' compensation system. The vast majority of California workers with injured backbones wind up with spinal ... more »
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