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Three Petrillo & Goldberg Lawyers Named “Awesome Attorneys” by South Jersey Magazine

Pennsauken, NJ (Law Firm Newswire) February 22, 2021 – South Jersey residents nominated Steven Petrillo, Scott Goldberg and Scott Schulman for their dedication, skill and legal knowledge.  

Petrillo & Goldberg, the South Jersey personal injury law firm with offices in Woodbury and Pennsauken, is proud to announce that three of the firm's lawyers were recently recognized by South Jersey Magazine as "Awesome Attorneys" of 2020. The honor was bestowed upon a select group of lawyers who were intimately familiar with the legal areas in which they practice and consistently delivered results for their clients.

South Jersey Magazine is the premier publication in southern New Jersey, catering mainly to an upscale clientele. The publication focuses on notable people and places throughout the area. In coming up with this year's list of Awesome Attorneys, South Jersey Magazine sought referrals from local attorneys and readers to develop a short-list of qualified candidates. From there, they verified credentials, peer recognition, professional achievements, experience and honorable accolades before naming this year's Awesome Attorneys.

The three attorneys with Petrillo & Goldberg named as Awesome Attorneys were Steven Petrillo, Scott Goldberg and Scott Schulman. Each of these three lawyers focuses their practice exclusively on personal injury and workers' compensation matters. In this capacity, they work tirelessly on behalf of injury victims, ensuring that they obtain the compensation they need and deserve in the wake of a serious accident.

Readers of South Jersey Magazine recognize these attorneys' efforts in pursuing justice on behalf of accident victims. However, it is undoubtedly more than their steadfast dedication to their clients and impressive results that resulted in their nomination. Petrillo, Goldberg and Schulman are also known as friendly, compassionate and down-to-earth advocates who take the burden off of injury victims' shoulders during what is often an incredibly stressful and anxiety-inducing time.

Petrillo & Goldberg Law graciously accepts the recognition from readers and fellow attorneys in the South Jersey area. The firm's founder, Steven M. Petrillo, explained:

"We are thrilled that South Jersey Magazine recognizes all our hard work on behalf of our clients. However, our biggest reward is seeing how we can positively impact our clients' lives. Often, clients come to us in moments of desperation; they have recently been injured, missed work and face an uphill battle against insurance companies. Reducing the negative impact an accident had on our clients' lives and helping get them back on their feet is what keeps us going."

The law firm of Petrillo & Goldberg consists of a compassionate team of advocates who have dedicated their careers to ensuring that New Jersey injury accident victims recover the compensation they deserve. Petrillo & Goldberg attorneys skillfully deal with the insurance companies so injured workers and employees can focus on recovering, returning to work and moving forward with their lives. To learn more, visit https://www.petrilloandgoldberg.com, or call 856-249-9288 to schedule a free consultation.

Petrillo & Goldberg Law

6951 North Park Drive
Pennsauken, NJ 08109

19 South 21st Street
Philadelphia, PA 19103

70 South Broad Street
Woodbury, NJ 08096

Phone: 856-486-4343
Fax: 856:486-7979

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