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Donald Marston

I decided to attend law school after having the rare opportunity to work in the New Castle County Courthouse. After experiencing our legal system up close and personal as an employee of the Court, I knew I had to be a part of it. Of course, I had already been a fan of the Perry Mason TV show for many years and my family always said I never met an argument that I didn’t want to have. My post law school work brought me to the Industrial Accident Board when I was assigned by the Department of Justice to be their counsel. This was the best kind of on-the-job training possible. As a consequence, I have had the honor of representing hundreds of injured workers over the years and look forward to many more years of helping my clients get the benefits they deserve.


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    • Delaware Trial Lawyers Association (DTLA)
    • Former Co-Editor of Advocate magazine
    • Randy J. Holland Delaware Workers’ Compensation Inn of Court, Member
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Education

    • University of Delaware, 1973
    • Widener University School of Law, 1981

Bar Admissions

    • Delaware

Professional Recognitions and Awards

    • Frequent speaker to attorneys and insurance companies at worker’s compensation seminars.
    • Delaware Today Top Lawyer-Workers’ Compensation-2012
    • Delaware Today Top Lawyer 2017

About My Practice

Don is former counsel to the Industrial Accident Board for the State of Delaware. He has represented claimants and employers in worker’s compensation for 20 years; his worker’s compensation practice is now limited to representing injured workers. Don also represents people who have been injured as a result of auto accidents, slip & fall accidents, and other personal injury accidents.

Get in Touch With Us

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    Donald Marston
    Delaware Law Office

    I decided to attend law school after having the rare opportunity to work in the New Castle County Courthouse. After experiencing our legal system up close and personal as an employee of the Court, I knew I had to be a part of it. Of course, I had already been a fan of the Perry Mason TV show for many years and my family always said I never met an argument that I didn’t want to have. My post law school work brought me to the Industrial Accident Board when I was assigned by the Department of Justice to be their counsel. This was the best kind of on-the-job training possible. As a consequence, I have had the honor of representing hundreds of injured workers over the years and look forward to many more years of helping my clients get the benefits they deserve.

    Delaware Law Office 28535 Dupont Blvd #2 Millsboro, DE 19966 (888)-734-6800
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