Union County

Union County, NJ Personal Injury & Criminal Law Attorney

The Law Office of Andrew S. Maze, Esq. has served Union County, Monmouth County and Middlesex County for over 25 years. Our firm is experienced in handling personal injury and criminal law cases and is proud to represent our New Jersey clients in these matters. Our firm handles criminal law matters such as drug possession/distribution charges, driving under the influence, general traffic tickets, domestic violence and restraining orders. Some of the personal injury matters that we have handled in the past include slip and fall accidents, car vehicle accidents, workers’ compensation claims and incidents with uninsured/underinsured drivers.

Union County, NJ

The Law Office of Andrew S. Maze, Esq. represents clients throughout Union County, New Jersey in their personal injury and criminal law cases. Union County is home to several boroughs, cities, towns and townships including Scotch Plains, Garwood, Rahway and Elizabeth. The county is home to Newark Liberty International Airport, Port Newark-Elizabeth Marine Terminal, and has railroad service provided by the New Jersey Transit. NJ Transit also provides passengers with bus service along the county’s major highways including the New Jersey Turnpike (I-95) and the Garden State Parkway.

Our firm serves these areas in Union County:

Clark
Cranford
Elizabeth
Garwood
New Providence
Westfield
Plainfield
Rahway
Scotch Plains
Springfield

Traveling to our Woodbridge Office from Union County

The Law Office of Andrew S. Maze, Esq. has been proudly serving Union County and the greater New Jersey area for over 25 years. Our firm wants to represent you in any personal injury or criminal law matters that you may require assistance with and invites you to contact us or come to our office at 313 Amboy Avenue in Woodbridge, New Jersey for a free initial consultation. We understand that as a result of your personal injury, you may not be able to come to our office and we are willing to come to you in order to start filing your claim.