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Essex County

For times when the worst becomes a reality due to an accident, the negligence of others or incidents at work, it is important to hire a caring attorney from the personal injury firm of Joel H. Schwartz, P.C. Our attorneys have over four decades of experience and have won hundreds of millions of dollars in compensation for our clients. Given our extensive work in personal injury litigation, we have likely handled a case similar to yours. The determination and dedication to your case is what sets Joel H. Schwartz, P.C. apart from other firms.

We can handle many types of personal injury litigation including:

  • Pedestrian accidents
  • Boating accidents
  • Automobile accidents
  • Motorcycle accidents
  • Product liability
  • Medical malpractice and negligence
  • Sexual harassment
  • Social Security disability claims

Essex County, Massachusetts is a non-governmental county with a population of approximately 750,000. A part of Essex County is Salem where the famous witch trials took place in 1692. In addition visitors can enjoy Essex River cruises, the Essex Shipbuilding Museum, the Essex River, the Crane Wildlife Refuge and Essex River Basin Adventures. In short, you can swim, enjoy the outdoors or see history come to life. Essex County is a place for tourists or a lovely place to live. Because the witch trials took place in Salem doesn’t mean you have to be placed into a similar situation of torture with a personal injury that can ruin your life.

There’s nothing like a fun-filled vacation in Essex County, but when tragedy strikes the first step you should take once you’re able is to speak with a qualified personal injury lawyer. An accident or injury can leads to bills and life-altering consequences. Joel H. Schwartz, P.C. understands your dilemma and has experience in every kind of personal injury lawsuit. Essex County residents injured or wronged should call now to understand the legal options available.


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