Hunterdon Countyâ€™s 2010 census records estimate a population of roughly 128,349 who classify themselves as: 94% White, 2% African American, 3% Hispanic or Latino American and 2% Asian; as well as a small percentage being comprised of those considering themselves to be of another or a combination of races.
A New Jersey personal injury lawyer at jerseypersonalinjury.com knows well that despite its smaller population, Hunterdon County has transitioned nicely from a rural area to a suburban area due to its ideal location. Being strategically positioned on New Jerseyâ€™s western edge, Hunterdon County is an ideal place to live for those who wish to commute to either New York City or Philadelphia while still enjoying the perks of living close to, but not inside an urban setting. New Jersey personal injury attorneys at jerseypersonalinjury.com process quite a few personal injury claims each year. Because of Hunterdon Countyâ€™s high commuter rate, among the more common personal injury claims filed are for automobile accident, truck accident and motorcycle accident injuries. However, there are many claims filed for other injuries such as on the job or work related injuries, construction accidents as well as wrongful death claims filed annually.
If you or a loved one has been injured or killed in Hunterdon County and feel another party is responsible, donâ€™t hesitate to contact a New Jersey personal injury attorney today at jerseypersonalinjury.com. You may be entitled to damages or compensation.
Hunterdon County contains both incorporated and unincorporated communities including:
- East Amwell
- West Amwell
- Glen Gardner
- High Bridge
- Three Bridges
- White House
- White House Station