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Daniel P. Robinson and Paul J. Small Discuss Joining Goldberg Segalla’s Workers’ Compensation Group with Law360

December 16, 2021

Goldberg Segalla continues to grow its Workers’ Compensation practice nationally across various offices. Two of these attorneys were interviewed by Law360 about their motivations for joining the firm and respective practices.

Daniel, who joined as a partner in Princeton, has more than decade worth of experience in commercial defense litigation, including workers’ compensation defense, insurance defense, construction litigation, and business litigation.

“Since moving to New Jersey, I have followed the firm’s incredible growth into a regional, and now national, firm of over 400 attorneys with over 20 offices across 10 states,” Daniel explained, observing Goldberg Segalla’s development. “I am thrilled to become a part of their prestigious national workers’ compensation practice group.”

Paul, who joined as an associate in Hartford, has a practice that includes all stages of the workers’ compensation claims process and experience with employment discrimination litigation, personal injury, and the Connecticut Unfair Trade Practices Act (CUTPA).

“Not only are they committed to providing the best level of services to our clients nationally, but everyone I’ve met at GS has been so personable, collegial, respectful and willing to teach and guide me through the transition,” Paul emphasized about his experience in joining the firm.


“Goldberg Segalla Adds Workers’ Comp Attys in NJ, Conn.,” Law360, December 8, 2021


Goldberg Segalla’s success in efficient file handling, as well as long-range strategic risk management, has earned us a national reputation for exceeding our clients’ expectations and driving positive change in the practice of workers’ compensation law. One of the first law firms ever to approach workers’ compensation in this manner and at this scale, we have been able to achieve extraordinary cost savings for leading employers in sectors ranging from construction to retail to the gig economy