Personal Injury Lawyer Hackensack NJ
Pat’s Hackensack office is in the Uscher Suite on the 2nd floor of the Contentintal Plaza III building at 433 Hackensack Avenue, Hackensack, New Jersey, 07601. From this location he’s able to offer convenient personal injury, wrongful death, medical malpractice, and municipal court services to clients in Bergen, Essex, Passaic, and Hudson Counties.
The City of Hackensack, and the neighboring municipalities of Paramus, Ridgewood, Fair Lawn, River Edge, Teaneck, Leonia, Englewood, Fort Lee, and others, comprise one of the most densely populated and vibrant suburban communities in the country. Just a short drive over the George Washington Bridge into downtown Manhattan, the Hackensack area is home to a dozen major shopping centers, highways, hospitals, and recreational centers. As a result, the incidence of 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 great.
If you or your loved ones have been injured in an accident, calling Patrick Amoresano for advice is a great idea because he’s so experienced, accessible, and attentive to his clients. You’d think that an attorney with over 30 years of experience, repeated certifications from the Supreme Court, and the highest ratings possible from his clients and peers (see Pat’s Profile Page) would be hard to reach, but nothing could be further from the truth. The only phone he uses is his 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 Hackensack 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.
Hackensack is the county seat for Bergen County, home to the Bergen County Courthouse. It was originally known as New Barbadoes Township until 1921, and is located about 12 miles from midtown Manhattan. Hackensack is home to the New Jersey Naval Museum as well as the World War II submarine USS Ling.
The Algonquian a/k/a Delaware Indians were the first inhabitants of Hackensack before it was settled by the Dutch and named New Barbadoes in 1665.
As of 1700, the village was made up of little more than the area around Main Street from the Courthouse to around Anderson Street, but its outer borders included what is now Maywood, Rochelle Park, Paramus and River Edge, along with sections of Oradell west of the Hackensack River. These areasconsisted mainly of sparsely populated farm fields and woodlands, and only a few roadways, including Kinderkamack Road, Paramus Road, Passaic Street, and Essex Street.
In November of 1776, during the Revolutionary War, George Washington was headquartered in Hackensack after retreating from Fort Lee via New Bridge Landing, where he camped on ‘The Green’ across from the First Dutch Reformed Church. A raid into Hackensack by British forces in 1780 resulted in the destruction of the original courthouse by fire.