Brian T. Goldenfarb
Phone: (732) 321-9100
2 Tower Center Blvd
East Brunswick, New Jersey 08816
Attorney Brian Goldenfarb, received his undergraduate degree at Temple University, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and he received his Juris Doctor from Widener University School of Law in Wilmington, Delaware. Following this, Brian began practicing law in December of 1998. Since that time, Mr. Goldenfarb has successfully tried cases in the majority of the counties throughout New Jersey. He regularly appears in Municipal Courts and Superior Courts in Middlesex County, Somerset County, Mercer County and Monmouth Counties. He has even represented clients in the United States Federal Court.
In his experience as an Attorney, he has received several awards and acknowledgments for his zealous representation of his clients. In handling DWI matters, he was recognized by the National Advocacy for DUI Defense, as one of the top 100 DWI Attorneys in the State of New Jersey. He also recently received a Client Distinguished Award and was recognized for excellence in his practice of law. Mr. Goldenfarb has been accredited by the Better Business Bureau (BBB) and received the highest rating of an A+.
Brian believes in personal service, and treats his clients more like a family member, than “just another client.” He is aggressive, knowledgeable and has experience in various areas of law. He is also compassionate for the issues that his clients' face during the course of their matter. Brian does not believe that a person should be shuffled around from person to person. He personally handles every matter, himself, from start to finish. Even when he is out of the office, calls regularly get forwarded to his cell phone so he is available to speak with his clients, and any potential new clients.
Brian is here for you and offers FREE consultations on all matters. Feel free to contact him at anytime at (732) 321-9100 or online.
- "Injuries in Roadside Hit - and Run Yield $3.25 Million Settlement in Middlesex", New Jersey Law Journal, Vol.28 No. 505, November 10, 2014