Newark Personal Injury Lawyer
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With a population of almost 280,000, Newark, New Jersey is the largest city in the state. Newark Liberty International Airport, one of the busiest airports in the US, is located in the city. Large businesses like PSE&G and Prudential Financial as well as many local small businesses employ the people of Newark and surrounding areas. Rutgers University and NJIT are two universities that are located within the city. Newark is located just 8 miles west of New York City and its location on the Newark bay has been a major factor in the cities long commercial and industrial background. With such a large number of people commuting to Newark and a large number commuting on to New York City, in addition to the already busy downtown area, traffic accidents, and accidents of other kinds are not uncommon. Individuals are often injured through no fault of their own. In the event of such accidents, victims seeking compensation should seek a personal injury attorney who is very familiar with the issues and laws relevant to New Jersey.
Bramnick, Rodriguez, Grabas, Arnold & Mangan, LLC has worked since 1984 to deliver full compensation for individuals injured in motor vehicle accidents and other personal injury matters, including:
Our attorneys specialize in personal injury and have years of experience in the handling of car accidents, dog bites, slip and fall, and other personal injury cases. Jonathan Arnold and Jon Bramnick are both Certified Civil Trial Lawyers. Additionally, Jon Bramnick is recognized as a New Jersey “Super Lawyer,” with over 30 years of experience. We will concentrate on:
If you are not offered the best settlement for your claim, we are prepared to take your case before a jury.
Contact us today to schedule your free initial consultation with a skilled New Jersey personal injury lawyer. We offer direct access to our attorneys 24 hours a day. If you cannot come to our office, we will come to you. We can also assist clients who speak Spanish, French, and Polish.