Middlesex County Personal Injury Lawyers Stand Up for Accident Victims
As the second most populous county in New Jersey, the 10th most affluent, and the home to the main campus of Rutgers University, Middlesex may well deserve its nickname “The Greatest County in the Land.” Close enough to New York City to count as part of the metropolitan area, Middlesex is still far enough away for residents to enjoy small-town living. However, if you have been injured in a car crash, truck accident, or slip and fall accident, the life you’ve been enjoying can be thoroughly disrupted.
Fortunately, the experienced personal injury attorneys at Brach Eichler are ready to help you recover your losses. Our firm has a branch office conveniently located in New Brunswick to serve clients throughout central New Jersey.
Middlesex County car accident lawyers pursue your claim
Middlesex County has about 2,500 miles of roadways. These include county roads 501, 514, 516, 520, 522, 527, 529, 531, 535, and 539. New Jersey state roads through Middlesex include Routes 18, 26, 27, 28, 32, 33, 34, 35, 91, 171, 172, 184, and 440. The county’s U.S. highways include Routes 1, 9, and 130. Interstate highways running through Middlesex include I-287, also known as the Middlesex Freeway, giving access to Staten Island via 440 and the Outerbridge Crossing, and I-95/New Jersey Turnpike which has five interchanges within the county.
Motor vehicle traffic in Middlesex resulted in 27,137 injury accidents in 2017, including 44 fatal crashes causing 48 deaths, 13 of which were pedestrians. At Brach Eichler, our attorneys have vast experience with crash cases involving catastrophic injuries. We manage your case with compassion and care, as we work aggressively to reach a fair settlement with defendants and their insurers. When necessary, we are prepared to take accident cases to court and fight for the full compensation our clients deserve.
Capable management of Middlesex County transit accidents
A county of more than 800,000 residents needs a functioning mass transit system. Public transportation in Middlesex consists of:
Buses — Bus lines providing service in Middlesex County include New Jersey Transit, Coach USA’s Suburban Transit, Rutgers Campus bus network, the MCAT shuttle, and DASH.
Trains —New Jersey Transit provides commuter rail service along the North Jersey Coast Line in the eastern part of the county, the Northeast Corridor Line through the central part, and the Raritan Valley Line along the northern county lines with Union and Somerset. All NJ Transit trains pass through Newark Penn Station where connections to New York City are available. Amtrak service is also available at the New Brunswick and Metropark stations.
Although mass transit is generally a safe mode of transportation, bus crashes, train derailments, and slip and fall accidents at transit facilities have caused devastating injuries to riders and bystanders. If you are injured in a transit accident, you can trust the personal injury attorneys at Brach Eichler to fully investigate the incident, identity at-fault parties, and pursue the full compensation you deserve.
Contact our Middlesex personal injury attorneys for a free consultation
If you’ve been injured due to someone else’s negligence, you can trust Brach Eichler to assert your right to recover fully for your losses. From our location in New Brunswick, we serve clients in Edison, Woodbridge, Old Bridge, Piscataway, Perth Amboy, Sayreville, Monroe, South Plainfield, Plainsboro, Carteret, and other Middlesex communities. To schedule a free consultation and case evaluation, call us at (973) 364-8300 or contact us online. If your injuries prevent you from visiting us, we can come to you.
Middlesex County Location
317 George Street
New Brunswick, NJ 08901