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Law Offices of Bruce Egert Opens New Office in Hackensack
Date:5/16/2009

Full-service law office with focus on personal injury matters opens up New Jersey office to better serve Bergen County clients

Hackensack, NJ (Lexis Nexis) May 16, 2009 -- Bruce Egert, an experienced attorney with special expertise in the area of personal injury law, has opened a new office in central Hackensack, N.J., in order to provide more convenient service to his clients in the New Jersey area.

Egert's new office is located at 9 Kansas Street, in the heart of Hackensack, just one block from the Bergen County Courthouse. The office offers plenty of convenient on-site parking for visiting clients.

Egert opened his law practice, the Law Offices of Bruce Egert, in 1980 with an office in New York City. The opening of the Hackensack office gives Egert the ability to provide high-level legal services from local offices in both New York and New Jersey.

"This new office location will allow me to better serve my clients in the Bergen County area and to spend more time involved in the local business community here," said Egert, a local resident. "For the past three decades, I have received most of my clients due to personal referrals from other satisfied clients, so it's very important to me to make sure that my firm does more than just practice great law - we want to deliver great client service."

According to Egert, his firm was established to provide efficient and competent legal services to businesses and indi
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