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The Gori Law Firm Welcomes Matthew Petersen to the Firm

Matthew Petersen

The Gori Law Firm recently announced attorney Matthew Petersen has joined the firm’s Edwardsville office. Petersen practices in the firm’s asbestos litigation department, focusing primarily on bankruptcy and arbitration proceedings.

 

Upon graduating from Saint Louis University with a bachelor’s degree in Spanish, Petersen went on to earn his master’s in international affairs, with an emphasis in economics, from Florida State University. He then continued his education at the University of Missouri – Columbia, obtaining his juris doctorate and received his licenses to practice in Illinois and Missouri.

 

“Our firm is growing, and we are thrilled to add Matt to the team. We believe his knowledge and experience will be a great strength to our firm and those we serve,” said Sara Salger, managing partner at The Gori Law Firm. 

 

To learn more about The Gori Law Firm and its attorneys visit www.gorilaw.com or follow them on Facebook @TheGoriLawFirm.

About The Gori Law Firm

The Gori Law Firm (formerly Gori Julian & Associates, P.C.) was formed in 2008 and has since recovered more than $3 billion in compensation for those suffering as a result of asbestos exposure. Serving clients throughout the United States, the firm has offices in Edwardsville, Ill., Granite City, Ill., Belleville, Ill., Alton, Ill., St. Louis, New York, Los Angeles, New Orleans, Washington D.C. and Orlando. Although the attorneys at The Gori Law Firm concentrate on asbestos-related injuries, they also handle catastrophic injury cases, pharmaceutical and medical device litigation and occupational disease injury matters. For more information on the areas of law practiced by the attorneys at The Gori Law Firm, or to contact an attorney at the firm, visit www.gorilaw.com or call toll-free at 877.456.5419.

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