Long Branch Personal Injury Attorneys
Our team of lawyers are experienced in all areas of the law, including:
- Personal Injury
- Auto Accidents
- Slip and Fall
- Motorcycle Accidents
- Truck Accidents
- Construction Accidents
- Wrongful Death
- Medical Malpractice
- And more…
Our law office is located in Freehold, just a 30-minute drive from our Monmouth County neighbors in Long Branch.
We understand that in recent years, Long Branch has faced stalled development in its Lower Broadway area. If you’d like to sue the city for unsafe property conditions, we’ll be happy to fight for you.
If you are a resident of Long Branch and seek representation for any other case related to personal injury or criminal law, call us today at 888-355-4752.
Long Branch Car Accidents
If you’re a resident of Long Branch and you’ve been injured in a car accident, a team of experienced personal injury attorneys is just half an hour away.
We’re available 24/7 for a free consultation, and will listen to your case attentively and give you helpful advice that you’ll need in the courtroom when discussing your case before a judge.
We understand that the effects of a car accident can be traumatic, life-changing, and unexpected. There’s no reason that another driver’s negligence should keep you from living your life to the fullest and getting the full reparations that you deserve.
Our staff of Freehold attorneys has been representing clients just like you for over two decades, and we have an unbelievable winning record compared to other lawyers in our area. Call us today at 888-355-4752.
Scaffolding and Construction Accidents in Long Branch
If you’ve been injured while working on a construction site in Long Branch, you may have a case against your employer. A recent study published by the Bureau of Labor Statistics showed that 72 percent of workers injured in scaffold accidents attributed the accident either to the planking or support giving way, or to the employee slipping or being struck by a falling object.
According to the BLS, protecting workers from scaffold-related accidents may prevent some of the 4,500 injuries and over 60 deaths every year.
Construction workers who are injured on the job are entitled to receive Workers’ Compensation benefits.