Attorney Profile

About Joseph Pinizzotto Attorney at Law

Attorney and Motorcycle Rider

Riding motorcycles for more than 40 years, Joseph Pinizzotto Attorney at Law understands the biker’s point of view. He knows your accident is about more than your injury. Joe understands and feels your pain! 

As an experienced trial lawyer and rider, Joe is adept at communicating the details and dynamics of bike riding with insurance companies, lawyers, and juries. He has represented motorcycle accident victims and their families for 31 years.

At our law firm, we know motorcycles, we know the law, and we get results! There are strict time limits for filing your case. We offer a FREE, no-obligation consultation and case review, and no fees will be charged until we recover compensation for your injuries.
Get the compensation that you deserve following motorcycle, automobile, slip-and-fall, or wrongful death accidents:
  • Pain, suffering, and disability         
  • Loss of the enjoyment of life 
  • Medical bills and lost wages   
  • Out-of-pocket expenses and costs
  • Motorcycle repair and replacement    
We also offer our clients perks like FREE parking and Wi-Fi as well as complimentary beverages. 

Call 732-244-0500 today to get started on your case.
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Awards, Ratings, Education, and More

Courthouse
  • Voted Best Attorney by the Ocean County Observer reader's poll
  • Member of the American Motorcyclist Association (AMA) and Harley Owners Group (HOG)
  • Success built on referrals from past and present clients as well as other attorneys
Attorney
  • Joseph Pinizzotto Attorney at Law earned the prestigious Martindale-Hubbell Client Distinction Award based on the following criteria:
    • Communications ability
    • Responsiveness
    • Quality of service
    • Value for money
Lawyer
  • Client review rating score of 4.5 or higher on a scale of 1 to 5
  • Less than 4% of the 900,000+ attorneys listed on martindale.com and lawyers.com have been accorded this honor
  • Rutgers School of Law graduate
  • Walk-ins are welcome

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