Middlesex County

Located in Central New Jersey and considered to be part of the New York City Metropolitan Area, Middlesex County was established in 1675 and holds New Brunswick as its county seat. Situated just east of the New Jersey Turnpike, the nucleus of the state’s population is located in Middlesex County. In 2000, the census showed that Middlesex County ranked 63rd in the country among the highest-income counties when considering median household.

Middlesex County’s 2010 census records estimate a population of roughly 803,858 who classify themselves as: 68% White, 9% African American, 14% Hispanic or Latino American and 14% 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 that being located so close to the New Jersey Turnpike that Middlesex County is home to numerous county, state and US Routes as well as Interstates and toll highways sparking countless automobile accident, truck accident and motorcycle accident injury claims often resulting in wrongful deaths. They can also
attest to a variety of other claims filed such as medical malpractice, even cosmetic surgery and defective drug injury claims filed each year.

If you or a loved one has been injured or killed in Middlesex County and feel another party is responsible, don’t hesitate to contact a New Jersey personal injury attorney today at jerseypersonalinjury.com. You may be entitled to damages or compensation.

Middlesex County contains both incorporated and unincorporated communities including:

  • Carteret
  • Cranbury
  • Dunellen
  • East Brunswick
  • Edison
  • Helmetta
  • Highland Park
  • Jamesburg
  • Metuchen
  • Middlesex
  • Milltown
  • Monroe
  • New Brunswick
  • North Brunswick
  • Old Bridge
  • Perth Amboy
  • Piscataway
  • Plainsboro
  • Sayreville
  • South Amboy
  • South Brunswick
  • South Plainfield
  • South River
  • Spotswood
  • Woodbridge

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