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Burlington Personal Injury Office

The law firm of Smith Magram Michaud Colonna, P.C., proudly represents injured and disabled clients in Burlington County and Camden County and throughout South Jersey.

We represent people who have been injured in all types of accidents, including motor vehicle accidents, slip-and-fall accidents and workplace accidents.

Find out what our past clients have to say about working with us. You can contact our office by calling 609-589-0649 or completing our contact form.


Smith Magram Michaud Colonna, P.C.
415 High Street
Burlington, NJ 08016



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Business Hours
Monday: 9AM-5PM
Tuesday: 9AM-5PM
Wednesday: 9AM-5PM
Thursday: 9AM-5PM
Friday: 9AM- 5PM
Saturday: Closed
Sunday: Closed


Burlington Office Location

Our Historic Office Building

Our office is located in the historic Birch-Bloomfield house in Burlington.

The Birch Bloomfield House

The house was built in 1750 and is believed to be one of the oldest standing structures in Burlington. James Birch lived in the Birch-Bloomfield house with his family. He was a well-known carriage builder and, with the assistance of his employees, produced more than 200 carriage models. These carriages were exported around the world.

Birch was visited by Henry Ford, who asked him to consider producing his automobiles. Birch refused his offer, believing that automobiles would never replace carriages. Unfortunately, he was wrong, and ultimately his business declined and the factory closed in 1918.

About Burlington

Burlington lies on the banks of the Delaware River and was settled by Quakers in 1677. It has a population of 9,920. It is a city rich with history, founded on the principles of the U.S. Constitution.

Several buildings in Burlington are listed on the National Register of Historic Places, including many historic residences. The Revell House is one of the oldest homes in New Jersey and was supposedly visited by Benjamin Franklin. In another historic building, the Blue Anchor Inn, presidential candidate Abraham Lincoln arm wrestled Burlington resident Ulysses S. Grant.

Driving Directions To Our Office

From the north:

  • Take PA-413 south toward New Jersey
  • Cross the Burlington Bristol Bridge
  • Continue onto Reed Street
  • Take a left onto West Broad Street
  • Take a right onto High Street
  • Our office will be on the left

From the southwest:

  • Take Interstate 295 north
  • Take exit 47B to merge onto County Road 541 North/Mount Holly Road toward Burlington
  • Continue straight onto Holly Road
  • Continue straight onto High Street
  • Our office will be on the right

From the east:

  • Take I-276 west
  • Take exit US-130 toward Burlington
  • Take a slight right at Bordentown Road
  • Continue straight onto Columbus Road
  • Continue onto East Broad Street
  • Take a left onto High Street
  • Our office will be on the left