Essex County, New Jersey Personal Injury & Malpractice Attorneys

Maran & Maran, PC is a personal injury and professional malpractice law firm representing people from throughout the state of New Jersey who have suffered any type of loss or serious injury as the result of the reckless, negligent, or indifferent actions on the part of another. With more than 30 years of experience in these matters and an AV Rating awarded through Martindale-Hubbell’s peer review process, our firm is well-equipped to pursue even the most complex cases.

Essex County Historic Courthouse 
50 West Market Street 
Newark, New Jersey 07102

The Law Firm of Maran & Maran, PC, located across from Penn Station in Newark, is committed to representing people throughout New Jersey who have been injured because of the negligence or malpractice of others. We exclusively represent the people who have been injured – never insurance companies, hospitals, or large corporations that may be responsible.

Our record of successes is long. In every case, our attorneys will work quickly and effectively to resolve your case and recover fair compensation either at the negotiating table or in the courtroom. And will we work hard to keep you as informed and involved in your case as possible. Attorney David Maran had the privilege to train under and work with his father in a specialized personal injury and malpractice firm for 22 years until Joe Maran retired. Joe Maran has since passed away.

After leaving the Gateway building, the firm moved to the Legal Center where they practiced for twenty years, when David Maran moved the firm to the other side of Penn Station in their current location. With 30 years of experience David Maran continues to maintain the personal injury and malpractice specialty and his commitment to helping one client at a time from retention to resolution. If you have suffered as the result of someone else’s negligence or professional malpractice, contact the personal injury & malpractice lawyers at Maran & Maran, PC today to handle auto accident, truck accident, motorcycle accident, wrongful death, premises liability, product liability, as well as legal or medical malpractice claims

Over the last few months our lawyers have handled a diverse range of personal injury and malpractice cases in Essex County, Passaic County, Hudson County, Bergen County and the surrounding areas.

Essex County Cherry Blossom Festival,
Branch Brook Park, Newark

In 2010, the county dropped down to third-largest, behind Middlesex County, and was one of only two counties in the state to see a decline between 2000 and 2010 (Cape May County being the other). Its county seat is Newark. It is part of the New York Metropolitan Area. The Bureau of Economic Analysis ranked the county as having the 94th-highest per capita income of all 3,113 counties in the United States (and the seventh-highest in New Jersey) as of 2009. The recorded history of Essex County begins in 1666, when 30 Connecticut families headed by Robert Treat arrived to establish settlement along the banks of the Passaic River in what is now the City of Newark.

Essex County is David Maran‘s home base.  David grew up in Essex County and has practiced in Newark, the County Seat of Essex, since 1985.  David has worked in the Essex County Superior Court more often than any other court, and he is a member of the Essex County Bar Association. Essex County is governed by a County Executive and a nine-member Board of Chosen Freeholders, who administer all county business. The County Executive is elected by a direct vote of the electorate. Nine freeholders are elected to serve three-year concurrent terms of office. Five of the freeholders represent districts; four are elected from the county on an at-large basis. The Freeholder President and Vice-President serve one-year terms.

Maran & Maran, PC
9-25 Alling St #1
Newark, NJ 07102
Tel: (973) 622-5303

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