We Put Both
to Work for Your Case

South Jersey Personal Injury Lawyer / South Jersey Workers’ Compensation Lawyer

As a former prosecutor and civil law attorney for over 30 years, Mark S. Nathan has seen all sides of a wide range of legal disputes. Mark and his legal team care about each case – and the people behind it – individually. We bring passion, compassion, insight, and wisdom to every case we take on.


Many types of injuries can be considered a personal injury – including a slip and fall, or injuries sustained during a car accident, a truck accident, a construction accident, or even a wrongful death that occurs in any way. When you are injured because of someone else’s negligence, recklessness, or wrongdoing – or when a loved one loses their life – we will advocate for you and protect your rights.

Just as there are a wide variety of ways an accident can happen, there are also numerous types of injuries that can occur, which would fall under the practice area of personal injury. Some of these are head injuries, traumatic brain injuries (TBI), facial injuries or disfigurement, dental injuries, back and neck injuries, fractures, burns, and many more. Some of these injuries will heal over time. Some will require months or even years of treatment and restorative therapy. And some will leave a victim disabled for life. And sadly, some injuries result in the death of a loved one.

A personal injury will mean medical bills that continue to mount, and expenses that continue to build when you are not able to manage them. We will fiercely protect your rights and work to ensure the greatest financial compensation for your injuries.


Although many work injuries occur on construction sites, there is the potential for a workplace injury anywhere. And when you’re injured, you must work through a complicated Workers’ Compensation process to recover the compensation you need to recover and thrive. We have decades of experience working on behalf of injured workers, and we will put the same passion and dedication to work on your case to recover the maximum financial compensation for your injury.

You may be entitled to financial recovery for medical evaluation and treatment, rehabilitation, medications, retraining if your injury leaves you unable to perform your former role at work, and financial compensation for your injury.