As you drive along the highways and roads of New Jersey, your mind is probably focused on your destination, your plans for the day, or the traffic around you. You notice things that fly past your line of vision– billboards, signs, landmarks. You note them, but pay little attention.
Then one day you are in a hospital bed recovering from a construction site accident or a car crash. Maybe you have received a speeding ticket driving along route 73. You know you need a lawyer but don’t know who to choose. You then remember seeing a blue and white sign with legal scales somewhere on the roads when you’ve been driving and the name Doner & Castro comes to mind.
Over 30 Years of Personal Injury Experience
When you contact Doner & Castro in Berlin, New Jersey, you tap into over twenty years of experience. Our South Jersey injury lawyers apply this background to their practice, working to help people like you – individuals seeking assistance with cases regarding:
- Workers’ Compensation
- Personal Injury
- Municipal Court
When you visit our office, you will find that we keep you informed at every stage of your case, provide aggressive and prepared representation in court, and make sure that the legal needs of our clients are met.
Contact Us Today 856-719-8711
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