Bucks County has a population in excess of 600,000 people and is the fourth largest county in Pennsylvania. Bucks County was founded in 1682 by William Penn and was named after Buckinghamshire, the location of the Penn family home in England. Since 1812, Doylestown has been the county seat.
Major employers in Bucks County include Charming Shoppes, ESI Mail Pharmacy, Giant Food Stores, ICT Group, Lockheed Martin, Northtec, Greenwood Gaming, St. Mary Medical Center, Webcraft and Woods Services.
Employees in Bucks County frequently live in municipalities located near their homes in Bensalem, Buckingham, Bristol, Croydon, Doylestown, Fairless Hills, Jamison, Langhorne, Morrisville, Neshaminy, New Britain, Newtown, Oxford Valley, Penndel, Perkasie, Richboro, Southampton, Trevose, Warrington and Yardley.
Our firm, located in Blue Bell, Montgomery County, is just a short drive from Bucks County and we frequently represent employees who live and work in Bucks County.