William S. Peck

Attorney at Law

Monmouth County Courthouse, Freehold, New Jersey, built in 1954.

William S. Peck is a New Jersey attorney with over 23 years of legal practice. With a general practice, his main areas of focus include personal injury, workplace injuries, premises liability, dog bite injuries, employment disputes, business disputes, real estate closings, municipal court tickets, criminal defense, expungements, and immigration. Additionally, as an avid motorcycle rider, William often represents fellow motorcycle riders injured in motorcycle accidents.

Contact by E-mail: info@pecklawnj.com

Contact by Telephone: (908) 529-1955
WhatsApp: (908) 529-1955

Long Branch, New Jersey

Attorney / Advogado / Abogado
English / Falamos Português / Habla Español

Falamos Portugês

Automobile Accidents / Acidentes de Automóvel

Motorcycle Accidents / Acidentes de Mota

Fall Down Injuries / Lesões provocadas por Quedas

Dog Bites / Mordidas de Cachorro

Workplace Injuries/ Acidentes de Trabalho

Employment Disputes/ Rescisão Injusta

Traffic Tickets / Multas de Trânsito

•Criminal Defense


Immigration / Imigração

Hall of Records, Freehold, New Jersey, built in 1874.

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The Dog Bite Days of Summer

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Who pays your medical bills when you are hurt in a car accident?

Let’s face it, people will get injured when they are sitting in a big metal container that collides with another big metal container. Especially when those big metal containers (i.e. vehicles) are moving at any rate of speed. Nobody wants to get into an automobile accident. Aside from having to deal with getting your car…