Meredith Wisler, attorney in Salinas, Monterey County, and Gilroy, Santa Clara County, California. Our office is located at 21 Maple Street in Salinas, CA 93901.  Meredith is a general practice attorney with an interest in Workers' Compensation law.  Call (831) 269-3787 or (408) 825-9329 for an appointment or stop by the office at 21 Maple Street in South Salinas, California. Meredith can help with your Workers' Compensation claims.  Call to make an appointment for your complimentary consultation.

        Meredith A. Wisler graduated from Monterey College of Law in 2009, having passed the California Bar Exam prior to her graduation ceremony.

         Meredith is a California Certified Workers' Compensation Law Specialist. CA Specialization Logo

          Meredith graduated from the University of the Pacific with a Doctor of Pharmacy degree. Meredith interned at Tripler Army Medical Center, with an emphasis in pediatrics and psychiatry. Over the years, she managed several pharmacies in Monterey County.

          In 2004, Meredith began providing pharmacy utilization review for E. K. Health Services, Inc.

          Meredith’s medical background gives her the extra knowledge to understand your injuries and medical care related to your work injury.

         Bonnie Binder Wilson and Meredith Wisler founded the law firm of Wilson & Wisler based upon the principle of placing your needs first by putting our legal expertise in your corner.

         If you select Wilson & Wisler you will receive sincere care.

          Both Meredith and Bonnie wish to provide you with the best possible legal representation for your work injury.

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To schedule a free consultation call us today. In Monterey, Santa Cruz or San Benito County call (831) 269-3787 or in Santa Clara County call (408) 825-9329

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