Personal Injury Lawyer Belmar NJ
Pat’s Belmar location is 513 10th Avenue, Belmar, NJ, 07719, two blocks from the heart of Belmar’s Central Business District. From this location he’s able to reach out to clients needing assistance with personal injury, wrongful death, medical malpractice, and municipal court matters in Monmouth and Ocean Counties.
Belmar and nearby communities of Wall, Avon, Howell, Lakewood, Spring Lake, Spring Lake Heights, Sea Girt, Manasquan, Brick, Point Pleasant and South to Toms River, comprise a sprawling and vibrant suburban community, particularly in the summer months when tourism is high. The area boasts several major shopping centers, highways, hospitals, and recreational centers. As a result, the number of annual auto accidents, construction accidents, slip and fall accidents, medical malpractice mistakes, and other mishaps causing personal injury to residents and visitors is high, and the need for experienced legal counsel is ever-present.
If you’ve been injured in an accident, calling Pat for advice is a great idea because he’s so experienced, accessible, and attentive to his clients. You’d think a lawyer with more than 30 years of experience, multiple certifications from the Supreme Court, and the best ratings possible from clients and colleagues (see Pat’s Profile Page) would be hard to reach, but nothing could be further from the truth. All calls go to his personal cell phone, and no one ever answers it but him. The same is true for emails and letters. In other words, his clients always have a direct line of communication with him – no secretaries or call screeners – and nothing is more important to the success of a case than frequent and effective communication between an attorney and his client.
So, if you’re a resident or recent visitor of the Wall Township and Belmar area, and are in need of legal assistance, please don’t hesitate to call Pat now. He’s fast, friendly, and his consultations are free. 201-704-2280.
More about Wall Township and Belmar
Wall Township was first incorporated in 1851, and over time has ceded some of its territory to the surrounding communities of Belmar, Spring Lake, Sea Girt, and Manasquan. The unincorporated towns of Allenwood and West Belmar are presently part of Wall. The most recent government census puts the population of Wall at approximately 26,000.
Wall gets it name from General Garrett Wall, who commanded a company out of Sandy Hook during the War of 1812, and served as Clerk of the NJ Supreme Court and Quartermaster General after the war.