Gaylord Popp, LLC is a multi-practice law firm centrally located in Trenton, New Jersey, close to the State capital. The firm members are established and experienced trial attorneys in their respective fields of concentration. Heavy emphasis is placed on:
•Litigation and trial of personal injury matters
•Litigation, trial and defense of workers’ compensation claims
•Litigation and trial of disability claims
•Trial and defense of municipal court and superior court criminal charges
•Litigation and trial of complex commercial and business disputes
Gaylord Popp, LLC, takes pride in its experience, professional reliability and cost effective attention to the particular concerns and needs of its clients. The partners have over 100 years of combined experience accumulated from diverse backgrounds. Sam Gaylord and Bryce Chase are certified by the New Jersey Supreme Court as a workers’ compensation attorneys. Larry Popp is a former municipal prosecutor and public defender.
The attorneys and paralegals at Gaylord Popp, LLC are supported by computerized electronic research and retrieval systems, and computer based data and word processing. The firm has on-line access to the internet and data filed and recorded governmental agencies. Westlaw™ provides access to up-to-the-minute decisions of courts of all fifty states and all federal courts.
Serving central New Jersey clients in Trenton, Hightstown, Pennington, East Brunswick, Edison, Middlesex, New Brunswick, Ewing, Hamilton and Lawrence. Old Bridge, Monroe, and other communities in Mercer County, Somerset County, Monmouth County, and Middlesex County, Camden, Burlington, Gloucester, Atlantic and Hunterdon Counties.
- Residency New Jersey
- Company Name Gaylord Popp, LLC
- Company City Trenton
- Company State New Jersey
- Company Country United States
- Company Profile https://www.linkedin.com/company/2883238
- Designation Managing Partner -- Workers Compensation Attorney Injured Workers Social Security Disability
- Company Email firstname.lastname@example.org
- Workers Compensation