Camden Personal Injury Attorneys Tus Abogados Locales Open New Office

February 22, 2020 - /PressAdvantage/ - Camden, NJ - Tus Abogados Locales has opened a new location in New Jersey with the goal of better serving those whose lives have been impacted by personal injuries.

One of the members of the team of experienced personal injury lawyers, David Petrone, Esq., shared some insight "Aside from tirelessly defending the rights of clients who have already found us, we are constantly on the search for those victims of injuries who don't know that they have legal help at their disposal. Personal injuries can devastate lives, not only of the individuals who suffer them but of entire families. From our new Camden office, we want to make justice accessible to all, not just those who already know to search for it."

Having secured millions of dollars in settlements for persons involved in auto accidents in New Jersey, the Tus Abogados Locales law firm has also tackled and won lawsuits and claims dealing with slip and falls, medical malpractice, worker's disability benefits, worker's comp, and all kinds of personal injury.

Petrone further emphasized the need for justice to be available to all members of the community, no matter where they live or what their native language is.

"Our goal is always the same - to secure for our clients the compensation they deserve after they were wronged. We've also encountered a more recent trend, where the Camden community has employed online platforms to search for 'abogados de lesiones' or 'abogados de compensacion laboral'. We've put together a full team that speaks Spanish so that we may better communicate with our clients and ultimately achieve better results on their behalf," added Petrone.

Having opened in January 2020, the new Tus Abogados Locales office will serve the following areas, among other surrounding communities: Cooper Point, Lanning Square, Central Waterfront, Bergen Square, Gateway, Waterfront South, Centerville, Whitman Park, Parkside, Cherry Hill, Pennsauken Township, Merchantville, Collingswood, Haddon Township, Oaklyn, and Gloucester City.

Tus Abogados Locales attorneys are proud members of their community and are regularly given exceptional reviews by those they serve.

Their new law office is located at: Tus Abogados Locales, 433 Market St #200, Camden, NJ 08102, 856-202-6354.

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For more information about Tus Abogados Locales - Camden, NJ, contact the company here:

Tus Abogados Locales - Camden, NJ
Tus Abogados Locales
(856) 202-6354
info@tusabogadoslocales.com
433 Market St #200,
Camden, NJ 08102

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