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Car Accident Lawyers in Vineland Announce Date of Next Webinar

Vineland, New Jersey – The NJ Injury Guys car accident lawyers are thrilled to announce the date of their next informative webinar. It will discuss the importance of retaining a lawyer after a car accident. Learn more about their local law firm:

The law firm’s address is: 2851 Industrial Way, Vineland, NJ 08360, and their phone number is (856) 290-8869.

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The next webinar will be hosted virtually at 6 PM on October 22, 2021, through Google Hangout. If interested in reserving a spot, email

“This webinar will highlight the many benefits of retaining experienced legal representation after an auto accident. Insurance companies have a legal staff that fights to minimize each payout. Unfortunately, those with devastating injuries could be left with future medical bills even after spending their settlement. Our car accident lawyers have years of actual trial experience getting maximum compensation for all our clients,” exclaimed the managing attorney at NJ Injury Guys, Mr. Gabriel DiLeonardo Sr. Esq.

“We proudly represent injured drivers but also provide legal guidance to other personal injuries including workplace injuries, slip and fall accidents, medical malpractice, dog bites, and more,” concluded Mr. DiLeonardo Sr.

The Vineland car accident lawyers represent the greater area, including South Vineland, Minotola, Brotmanville, Landisville, East Vineland, Normal, Newfield, Richland, Buena Vista Township, Buena, Deerfield, and more.

To read previous press releases from the car accident lawyers in Vineland NJ Injury Guys here.


For more information about NJ Injury Guys – Vineland, contact the company here:

NJ Injury Guys – Vineland
Gabriel A. DiLeonardo, Sr., Esq.
(856) 290-8869
2851 Industrial Way,
Vineland, NJ 08360

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