Our team of lawyers are experienced in all areas of the law, including:
- Personal Injury
- Truck Accidents
- Motorcycle Accidents
- Ice and Snow Accidents
- Truck Accidents
- Burn Accidents
- Wrongful Death
- Criminal Sexual Contact
- And more…
Our law office is located in Freehold, just a 17-minute drive from our Monmouth County neighbors in Englishtown.
If you are a resident of Englishtown NJ and seek representation for any case related to personal injury or criminal law, call us today at 888-355-4752.
Englishtown NJ Motorcycle Accidents
Motorcycle accidents account for 35 more deaths in America than car accidents. Because of the nature of the vehicle, motorcycle accidents more often lead to serious injury or even death. Our skilled personal injury attorneys at the Law Offices of Herbert I Ellis, P.C. have more than two decades of experience protecting the rights of automobile and motorcycle accident victims in the New Jersey area. Our goal is to get you back on the road as soon as possible and we do that by providing attentive and accessible representation that meets our clients’ individual needs.
Some of the most common causes of motorcycle crashes are left-hand turns, speeding and alcohol use, collisions between motorcycles and fixed objects, and dangerous road conditions.
Speeding and alcohol use accounts for half of the accidents involving a single motorcycle are caused by speeding or alcohol use. While alcohol use affects the operation of drivers of other vehicles, a drunk motorcyclist will have less protection on his motor vehicle than on a regular-sized car, and thus be more prone to an accident or fatal occurrence.
Dangerous road conditions are also major contributions to motorcycle accidents. Crumbling pavement, potholes, debris, and a lack of necessary signals and signs can all increase a motorcycle rider’s chances of losing control of his or her vehicle.
If you’ve suffered a motorcycle accident, don’t hesitate to call our personal injury team today at 888-355-4752.
Englishtown NJ Burn Accidents
According to the American Burn Association, roughly 450,000 patients receive hospital and emergency room treatments for burns each year. A burn is defined as damage to the skin or blood cells. If you’ve suffered a burn, here are a few simple tips to prevent burn prevention:
- Install smoke detectors in your home.
- Stay in the kitchen while cooking.
- Don’t cook when drinking alcohol or tired.
- If you have to smoke, do it outside of the house.
- Never use extension cords for air conditioners.
- Tell your kids not to play with lighters or matches.
- Take caution when using a grill on a deck.
If you’ve suffered a burn injury, call our personal injury team today at 888-355-4752.