West New York attorney William N. Gonzalez is dedicated to protecting the rights of clients who have suffered personal injury
or death as a result of another’s negligence. Mr. Gonzalez also represents clients in employment claims
, including victims of wrongful termination, discrimination and harassment. He is also committed to vigorously defending clients who are accused of a criminal offense
Common characteristics to the personal injury, employment law and criminal defense aspects of Mr. Gonzalez’s practice are his ability to formulate effective litigation strategies and his willingness to take on challenging cases. Unlike some attorneys who seek to quickly settle cases or encourage clients to accept a plea bargain to avoid having to go to trial, Mr. Gonzalez is always prepared to take your case to trial if it is in your best interest.
As a small law firm, we are able to develop and maintain close relationships with our clients. We maintain open communication and make ourselves available to address our clients’ questions and concerns. We update our clients regularly on the progress with their case and provide clients with a cell phone number where we can be reached.
Personal injury and employment claims are generally handled on a contingency basis, meaning that we are paid from any recovery we obtain on your behalf. If there is no recovery, we do not receive a fee. Criminal defense matters are generally handled on a fixed or hourly fee arrangement, and for your convenience we accept Visa, Mastercard or American Express.
We offer Saturday appointments for your convenience. Mr. Gonzalez and his staff are fluent in Spanish and welcome Spanish speaking clients. We welcome your inquiries and invite you to e-mail
or call our office at (201) 758-1919 to schedule a free initial consultation.
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