The northernmost county in New Jersey, Sussex County is known as a very rural and forested area. Once upon a time, its major economy was based on agriculture and the mining industry but soon became a bedroom community for those who worked in New York City or the more urban areas of New Jersey. Since it’s at the top of New Jersey, Sussex County shares a border with counties in both Pennsylvania and New York. Sussex is also home to the New Jersey State Fair which has been in operation since 1918.
Sussex County is also home to a total of 1,313.67 miles of roadways, including U.S. Route 206, New Jersey Route 23, and Interstate 80 running through the township of Byram. These roadways are crowded with harried commuters trying to get to work on time and tractor trailers en route to far off destinations. Major auto accidents happen every day on these roadways, causing serious injuries to all involved. If you’ve been injured in an accident in Sussex County, you’re going to need an experienced team of lawyers to help you with your case.
The Sussex County personal injury lawyers at Munley Law have been fighting for clients throughout New Jersey for more than 56 years. Although our Stroudsburg office is located just across the border in Pennsylvania, we are willing to travel to any of clients who were injured in an accident and are unable to travel. We know how difficult this time must be for you and your family and that is why our dedicated staff will work hard to make sure you receive the compensation that you receive. And because we operate on a contingent fee basis, you will not owe a dime until we win your case. You will never pay anything out of pocket.
Here are a few cities that our clients from Sussex County hail from:
Andover Twp. | Branchville | Franklin | Hamburg | Hopatcong | Ogdensburg | Stanhope | Sussex
If you live in Sussex County and have suffered from an injury or auto accident, contact our Sussex County personal injury lawyers at 844-206-9926 or fill out our online form. Remember, your first consultation is always free.