With Launch of New Website, Petrillo and Goldberg Highlights Its Tried-and-True Approach
Pennsauken, NJ (Law Firm Newswire) July 29, 2014 – The major South Jersey personal injury and workers’ compensation law firm has launched a new website.
Petrillo and Goldberg — a Pennsauken, New Jersey law firm that specializes in serving clients in personal injury and workers’ compensation cases — unveiled its new website earlier this month. The firm expects that the updated website will provide a more user-friendly and interactive experience for visitors accessing its array of legal services.
Through the site, Petrillo and Goldberg gives visitors an up-close-and-personal introduction to the highly successful, collaborative approach the firm’s four attorneys employ to handle cases.
The firm was founded in 1993, and its approach is unique. Each member of the legal team takes responsibility for a different stage of service for a client, regardless of the size of the individual case or the practice area involved. Through this methodology, Petrillo and Goldberg ensures that the every lawyer at the firm is abreast of all salient client details and is fully vested in successfully pursuing every client's legal interests.
“Our team-based method of seeking justice for our clients is a key reason why we are exceptionally effective,” said Steven Petrillo, who, along with Scott Goldberg, founded the firm. “And we are very proud and excited to invite visitors and potential clients to become familiar with how we operate and to share examples of our success through the launch of our new website.”
The new website channels that informative, team approach to provide visitors with as much detail and useful research information as possible. In addition to compelling biographies of the firm’s lawyers, testimonials and case successes, the site explains practice area services that are available in approachable detail. The website will also feature ongoing, fresh media content updates and original blogs to help inform visitors about developments at the firm and current legal issues in the news — along with Petrillo and Goldberg’s personal take on those issues and the ways they concern the communities they serve.
With three offices in Philadelphia, PA, Woodbury, NJ, and Pennsauken, NJ, Petrillo and Goldberg is firmly woven into the social and legal fabric of the Philadelphia metropolitan area and South Jersey.
The firm’s partners are all highly knowledgeable and experienced in practicing law in both New Jersey and Pennsylvania. “We are well-versed in the specifics of the law and its unique aspects in Pennsylvania and New Jersey, and we are pleased to showcase that fact on our website,” Petrillo said. “That is no small matter, because our professional comfort level in both Pennsylvania and New Jersey and our ability to pursue cases with ease in either state gives us a major leg up on the competition for state-specific client services.”
Petrillo & Goldberg Law
6951 North Park Drive
Pennsauken, NJ 08109
19 South 21st Street
Philadelphia, PA 19103
70 South Broad Street
Woodbury, NJ 08096
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