Google Screened

Allentown Personal Injury Attorneys

At Ellis Law, we have over twenty years of experience in handling cases as diverse as car accidents, aviation accidents, and juvenile crimes.

Our team of lawyers are experienced in all areas of the law, including:

  • Personal Injury
  • Truck Accidents
  • Aviation Accidents
  • Motorcycle Accidents
  • Truck Accidents
  • Construction Accidents
  • Wrongful Death
  • Juvenile Crimes
  • And more…

Our law office is located in Freehold, just a 30-minute drive from our Monmouth County neighbors in Allentown.

If you are a resident of Allentown and seek representation for any other case related to personal injury or criminal law, call us today at 888-355-4752.

Aviation Accidents in Allentown

Deadly jet crashes can occur anywhere in New Jersey or New York. Our attorneys have been investigating aviation accidents and other pilot-related occurrences for the past twenty years. If you’ve been injured due to a flight injury, call our personal injury offices today at 888-355-4752.

Pilot error usually accounts for 50% of plane crashes. Pilots might misread equipment, misjudge weather conditions, and acknowledge mechanical errors in the last minute.

Planes can also go down due to mechanical failure. A flaw in the plane’s design can be the difference between a safe flight home and a total disaster.

Weather also accounts for 12% of all plane crashes. Unforeseen conditions such as lightning strikes can throw everything off balance, making your journey to your location much more difficult than anticipated.

If you’ve been injured in a plane crash, call our personal injury lawyers today.

Allentown Juvenile Crimes

A juvenile in the state of New Jersey is anyone under the age of eighteen. When determining the appropriate length of incarceration for a juvenile, the court will weigh in a series of aggravating and mitigating circumstances such as:

  • The child’s age.
  • The child’s crime’s threat to public safety.
  • The impact of the offense on the victim.
  • The juvenile’s prior record.
  • The moral nature of the crime.
  • The need for future juvenile determent.
  • Whether the juvenile is likely to commit another crime in the future.

Juveniles are entitled to the same constitutional protections as adults, such as:

  • The presumption of innocence.
  • The right to confront witnesses.
  • The right to compulsory process.
  • The burden of the State to prove all elements of the offense charged beyond a reasonable doubt.
  • The right to testify.
  • The right to not testify.

If you’ve been convicted of a juvenile crime in Allentown or elsewhere, contact us online or call the team of experienced criminal defense attorneys at Ellis Law today at 888-355-4752.