Personal Injury Lawyers in Jamesburg, NJ
Serving New Jersey Since 1939
Founded in 1939, Levinson Axelrod, P.A. has obtained more than $1 billion for our clients. We have built a reputation for providing reliable, compassionate legal representation. Our Jamesburg personal injury attorneys have recovered more than $350 million in just the last 5 years. More than that, we have helped countless clients secure justice for their injuries.
Jamesburg & Middlesex County Accident Statistics
Jamesburg, a small borough in Middlesex County that is surrounded by Monroe Township, has just under 6,000 residents. Although a small borough, its home is a county of more than 840,000 people and growing. Middlesex County’s accident rate in 2014 was 30,193 crashes – 6,015 of those were injury crashes and 31 of those were fatal crashes. Since the area is so small, the only real major roads are county routes – CR 522, CR 612, CR 615, and CR 625. As a part of Middlesex County, Jamesburg is serviced by the Middlesex County Area Transit or “MCAT” shuttle.
Reasons Clients Continually Choose Us:
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At Levinson Axelrod, We Don't Settle for Less
While we are proud to have helped countless clients obtain over a billion dollars in our decades of practice, we are more proud of the justice and support we have provided for injury victims and their families. We know that a victory means our clients can stop worrying about the challenges ahead in their future. They can have peace of mind and assurance.
We have the skill and legal ability to handle a comprehensive range of cases such as:
If you have suffered serious injuries, you deserve the best legal representation available. Talk with our personal injury lawyers in Jamesburg, NJ about your case today. We offer 100% free, no-obligation consultations to all potential clients. That means there is absolutely no risk to you when you call our firm.
Start today by filling out a free case evaluation or reaching out to us at (732) 655-8310.
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