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Fredson Statmore Bitterman

Personal Injury Attorneys Fighting For You

Fredson Statmore Bitterman

200 Broadacres Dr STE 180
Bloomfield New Jersey 07003
United States

(973) 777-8600

Business Description

A New Jersey Personal Injuries Law Firm The Law Offices of Fredson Statmore Bitterman have over 50 years experience helping clients in New Jersey with personal injury claims of all kinds. Our firm is large enough to take on even the most difficult cases, but still small enough to provide personal attention to our clients on an individual basis. The team at our Bloomfield location is dedicated to representing your interests to insurance companies, courts of law, and juries alike. We believe that keeping clients informed and involved is the best way to understand their needs and concerns when it comes to personal injury cases.

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About Bloomfield

Bloomfield is a township in Essex County in the U.S. state of New Jersey. Bloomfield is an inner-ring suburb of Newark. As of the 2020 United States census, the township's population was 53,105. == History == The earliest settlers of the area were the Lenape Native Americans. The initial patent for European settlement of the land that would become Bloomfield Township was granted to the English Puritan colonists of Newark, and the area assigned to Essex County in 1675, and Newark Township in 1693. From the 1690s to about the 1720s, much of the northern and eastern land was sold to descendants of New Netherland colonists who had settled Acquackanonk, and the remainder mostly to English families. Speertown (now Upper Montclair), Stone House Plains (now Brookdale), and Second River (now Belleville and Nutley) were essentially Dutch and Jersey Dutch-speaking, while Cranetown, Watsessing, and the Morris Neighborhood (now North Center) were predominantly English. Starting in the mid-18th century, the English and Dutch neighborhoods gradually integrated, with Thomas Cadmus being among the first Dutchmen to settle in an English neighborhood. Numerous residents served in the Revolutionary War. No significant engagements occurred in Bloomfield, although the locale was on the Continental Army's retreat route after the Battle of Long Island; British and American troops conducted foraging operations; and General George Washington is believed to have visited at least two residences.

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