Local Personal Injury Attorney Coram – Jason W. Hake Serves Suffolk County Residents At Nearby Port Jefferson Office
Who is Jason Hake?
Jason W. Hake is a Partner at Winkler Kurtz, LLP and is dedicated to representing individuals who have been injured through the wrongful acts of others. Acknowledged as a skilled litigator, Jason aims to resolve every matter in a professional and civil manner while ensuring his clients are fully prepared and educated on every aspect of their case. He proudly represents Suffolk County residents as a personal injury attorney in Coram.
Jason believes that each client is valuable and deserves responsive, compassionate and diligent representation. As such, Jason prides himself in maintaining communication with his clients and providing them with the legal and factual information required to make meaningful and well-informed decisions regarding their case. Whether his clients have been injured or are related to someone who has tragically lost their life as a result of someone’s negligence, Jason understands that each case carries its own unique challenges and possibilities. Jason’s practice is shaped around his attentiveness to the specific details and law governing his cases as well as his commitment to the needs and goals of each individual client.
As an active member in the law community, Jason is a proud member of the New York State Bar Association, Suffolk County Bar Association, and Nassau-Suffolk Trial Lawyers Association.
With a local office in Port Jefferson, Jason proudly serve residents of the following Suffolk County towns:
- East Setauket
- Stony Brook
- Lake Grove
- St. James
- Miller Place
- Rocky Point
Directions To Jason’s Office From Coram
About Coram, NY
Only a short less than 1o minute ride from Port Jeff, Coram is a large town in Brookhaven with approximately 40,000 residents. It is considered to be one of the oldest settlements in the area. The school districts include both Longwood and Middle Country Central. The most popular landmark in the town is the Davis House, which was built way back in the 1750s.