Bucks County Attorney
Criminal Law, Personal Injury and Wills & Estates
in Bucks County, PA
When you need a Bucks County criminal law attorney or effective representation regarding a personal injury matter in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, The Law Office of Neal E. Newman is ready to guide you through the legal process. Neal E. Newman, Esq. offers over four decades of experience advocating for people just like you in a range of criminal, personal injury matters and wills & estates, always striving to help you achieve the desired outcome for your case.
When a legal issue impacts your life, choosing the right attorney is a paramount concern. Whether you were arrested or injured by negligence, the same need exists. You need an attorney who is always dedicated to your needs. You have come to the right place
Have you been arrested and need a Bucks County criminal law attorney? The Law Office of Neal E. Newman can help. We know how stressful facing a significant legal matter can be. We want you to know that when you call on us, you acquire an attorney who is dedicated to your needs and will fight for your future, every step of the way. Attorney Newman has over 45 years of experience helping the people of Pennsylvania when times are toughest. Don’t just pick any attorney. Come visit the Law Office of Neal E. Newman to discuss your legal matter.
Accidents happen. When they do, people can become seriously injured and suffer lifelong consequences as a result. Those injured need an experienced Bucks County personal injury attorney. Many accidents can be traced back to the negligence of one or more parties. If you become injured in an accident that was caused by another party’s negligence, whether it be a company, a neighbor, or a municipality, it is important to consider your legal options, as you may be entitled to compensation for the harm you have suffered.
Estate law is a sub-genre of property law that governs the manner in which an individual’s estate is handled. This includes overseeing how that person’s property is managed in both their lifetime, as well as after they are deceased or have become incapacitated.