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Middlesex County Personal Injury Attorney

Personal Injury, Municipal, and Criminal Attorney in Middlesex County

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The Law Office of Andrew S. Maze, located in Woodbridge, NJ handles all personal injury matters, including motor vehicle accidents, slip and falls, dog bite injuries and workplace accidents. Attorney Maze skillfully handles all municipal court violation, including speeding tickets, reckless driving, cell phone violations, and all other tickets. If you are facing criminal charges, including DUI, drug crimes and other crimes or juvenile matters, you need effective legal defense to fight against a conviction.

Dealing with the judicial system can seem overwhelming and stressful if you do not have knowledgeable counsel to assess your case, guide you through your legal options and effectively represent your needs. With more than 25 years of experience, The Law Office of Andrew S. Maze provides the level of personalized, knowledgeable service you expect and deserve from your lawyer.

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Andrew is a Woodbridge, New Jersey personal injury, criminal defense, and municipal court attorney with over 2 decades of experience. He is dedicated to providing effective and zealous representation with a personal touch. When you meet with Andrew and his team, you know you are in good hands. He takes the time to make each client feel welcomed while providing strong legal services that makes a difference.

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