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Attorney Bio: James Donovan

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James R. Donovan


Education:    University of  Delaware B.S. 2006; Widener School of Law J.D. cum laude 2009
Areas of Concentration:    Personal Injury and Workers' Compensation
Bar Admissions:   Delaware 2009
About Me:  

James is a long time Delaware resident, having graduated from Salesianum High School in 2002 and the University of Delaware in 2006.

He currently resides in Bear, with his wife Lauren and their yellow lab Dublin. James has had a life long love for the law, probably stemming from repeated viewings of Law and Order when he was young.

Now, James puts his love of the law to use protecting the rights of clients who have been injured in auto accidents, slip and falls, and work accidents.

Professional Affiliations:   Randy J. Holland Delaware Workers’ Compensation Inn of Court, Member
DE Law TV Show Clips:   Anatomy of a Lawsuit
Video Blogs :  

family law Can I be Blled For My Injury Treatment?
family law Is There Any Protection Under The Law For My Job?
family law Does It Matter If My Employer Is Self-Insured?

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