Local attorneys who understand your concerns


New Jersey Personal Injury Lawyers

Our New Jersey lawyers are dedicated to helping clients in North Jersey with any personal injury matter. We understand that when you have been injured, you need to focus on your recovery. We focus on the legal aspects of your case so you and your doctors can focus on healing. At the law firm of Koles & Burke, LLP we make it easy to consult with an attorney to discuss your case.


Offering the legal services people need in three convenient locations

In addition to our personal injury practice, our attorneys offer representation in other matters, such as civil rights and workplace accidents. In all we do, we focus on you, the client. We pride ourselves on keeping our fees reasonable and our offices convenient. From our three locations, we offer evening and weekend hours for clients unable to meet with us during standard office hours.


Local attorneys who understand your concerns

Each of our attorneys is a North Jersey native. In addition, each is involved with local legal and civic organizations, giving back to colleagues and to the community. We are trial lawyers, pursuing justice for our clients at every step of the legal process.

To learn more about Koles & Burke, LLP contact our offices in Jersey City, Bayonne, and New York. You can call us at 201-200-0300. We offer a free consultation on any accident cases and a commitment to providing you with legal services that meet your needs.


What people say about us
View All

latest news

Technology has made our vehicles safer with airbags, anti-lock brakes, back-up cameras and other vehicle-assistance controls. However, it is a fair question whether technological advances in our society has brought even greater dangers to motorists and pedestrians. According to NPR, attempting to get to work on foot, walking the dog or jogging is an increasingly

As an personal injury attorney with a main office in Jersey City, New Jersey who handles many car accident cases, I have blogged before about the dangers of texting while driving and how it causes a lot of car accidents here in New Jersey. However, I read an interesting article in this weekend’s New York

David Gialanella, New Jersey Law Journal February 10, 2014 A renewed effort to chop New Jersey’s legal malpractice statute of limitations down to two years from the current six is underway in the Legislature. Lawyers debated the issue along familiar battle lines at a meeting of the Assembly Judiciary Committee on Monday, though no vote