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Employment Law Attorney in Springfield, New Jersey Adds a Personal Touch

Martino & Bailey provides quality legal services in the areas of employment law, personal injury and consumer fraud. The firm has successfully assisted clients with challenging legal matters.

We see clients as real people, and we understand that you may be experiencing stress and uncertainty with your situation. Our legal team not only helps you recover monetary compensation, but also seeks to improve your well-being in the long-run. Our compassionate legal team understands your needs, provides guidance and support, stays in close communication with you, and always remains within reach.

"We are here to help you, we are in it together."

At Martino & Bailey, we make it our main mission to provide you with personal attention. Attorneys Michael F. Martino and Eric B. Bailey have the authority and experience to guide you through challenging times with their compassionate, caring, and winning attitudes.

  • Passion. Attorneys Michael F. Martino and Eric B. Bailey demonstrate an ongoing commitment to the fields of New Jersey commercial, consumer, and employment law through their membership and active involvement in an array of bar associations and professional affiliations.
  • Compassion. We understand your needs. We care about your emotional well-being and address the feelings and sentiments you experience throughout your legal situation. We empathize and listen carefully to fully understand your individual concerns and respond to your questions directly and thoroughly.
  • Accessibility. Martino & Bailey tailors its services to your needs. The firm not only provides highly personalized service, but also offers weekend and evening appointments to accommodate your schedule.
  • Ability to win. Springfield attorneys Michael F. Martino and Eric B. Bailey zealously represent their clients in and out of court, helping them achieve positive outcomes.

Employment Law, Personal Injury, Consumer Fraud and Business Law in Springfield, NJ

Our attorneys in Springfield, NJ are able to handle all aspects of complex matters, including employment litigation, serious injury accidents, medical malpractice and business litigation. We focus on the following practice areas:

Contact Springfield, NJ attorney Eric B. Bailey for a free initial consultation

Martino & Bailey counsels individuals and businesses throughout New Jersey and New York. The firm offers highly personalized service to its clients in pursuit of their goals. We encourage you to call us to set up a free consultation with one of our attorneys. During that meeting, we will take the time to get to know you and understand the legal issues at hand. Should your situation require further legal measures, we will be honored to offer you assistance until the matter is fully resolved. We are here to help.

Martino & Bailey, LLP is located in Springfield, NJ and serves clients in and around Springfield, Vauxhall, Kenilworth, Millburn, Union, Summit, Mountainside, Short Hills, Maplewood, Cranford, Garwood, Roselle Park, Westfield, South Orange, Hillside, Roselle, New Providence, Irvington, Scotch Plains, Newark, Clark, Fanwood, Berkeley Heights, Middlesex County and Union County.

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