Keith Zaid Law

personal injury lawyer, injury attorneys, car accident lawyer, injury lawyer, workers compensation lawyer

Keith Zaid Law

1548 Atlantic Ave
Atlantic City New Jersey 08401
United States

+16094150604

Business Description

KEITH ZAID GETS IT DONE! Keith Zaid Law, Atlantic City's personal injury lawyers, has been representing accident victims in Atlantic City for more than 37 years. In that time, we have recovered over $50 Million dollars for our clients. If you were injured in an accident that was not your fault, then you need experienced personal injury attorneys to represent your case. We are recognized for the following practice areas: Auto Accidents (cars, trucks, Lyft, Uber), Premises Liability, Slip and Fall Accidents, Workers Compensation, Construction Accidents, Motorcycle Accidents, Dog Bites, Pedestrian Accidents, Bicycle Accidents, Catastrophic Injuries, and Wrongful Deaths. Call us now to arrange a 100% free consultation - we are available 24/7.

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About Atlantic City

Atlantic City, sometimes referred to by its initials A.C., is a Jersey Shore seaside resort city in Atlantic County, in the U.S. state of New Jersey. Atlantic City comprises the second half of the Atlantic City-Hammonton metropolitan statistical area, which encompasses those cities and all of Atlantic County for statistical purposes. Both Atlantic City and Hammonton, as well as the surrounding Atlantic County, are culturally tied to Philadelphia and constitute part of the larger Philadelphia metropolitan area or Delaware Valley, the nation's seventh-largest metropolitan area as of 2020. Located in South Jersey on Absecon Island and known for its taxis, casinos, nightlife, boardwalk, and Atlantic Ocean beaches and coastline, the city is prominently known as the "Las Vegas of the East Coast" and inspired the U.S. version of the board game Monopoly, which uses various Atlantic City street names and destinations in the game. New Jersey voters legalized casino gambling in Atlantic City in 1976, and the first casino opened two years later.

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