Select Page

Links

Philadephia Fanatic from World Series Parade

Philadephia Fanatic from World Series Parade

Free Legal Advice, Resources, and Links

Michael J. Dennin continues to professionally and aggressively represent his clients, and obtain favorable verdicts through both settlement and trial. Michael J. Dennin works to assure that his clients are more than satisfied with their experience with the law firm and the resolution of their case.  If you are hurt, and need medical treatment and compensation, call Michael J. Dennin at 856-577-9138 now or email him now at mdennin@ciecka.com.  Mr. Dennin will fight for you so you can get back to your daily activities without having to deal with the insurance companies.

11038996_274527986051022_4134338146539564506_n

This is our State Trial Lawyer’s Organization.  Mr. Dennin is the Co-Chair of the State of New Jersey Workers’ Compensation Committee and Division.  He speaks at the two large seminars each year, at the Meadowlands and at the Boardwalk Seminar in Atlantic City.  He recently spoke on the differences in New Jersey and Pennsylvania Workers Compensation systems.

Mr. Dennin graduated at the ABOTA Trial Lawyers College in Princeton N.J. and is a Fellow of the ABOTA.

10603700_161113580725797_3835897458346869387_n

New Jersey Office
5709 Westfield Avenue
Pennsauken, NJ 08110

Cell Phone: 856-577-9138
Ph. 856-665-5709
Toll Free 866-665-5709


View Larger Map

Pennsylvania Location
Two Liberty Place
50 S. 16th St.
Suite 2950
Philadelphia, PA 19102

If you are hurt and need someone to help you, call Top Voted NJ Personal Injury Lawyer Michael J. Dennin now to learn about your rights without having to deal with the insurance companies.

Contact Us

1 + 12 =

Practice Areas


Super Lawyers 2015-2016 Rising Star

Michael J. Dennin was again selected for the Super Lawyer’s Rising Star list. The Super Lawyers list is issued by Thomson Reuters. A description of the selection methodology can be found at http://www.superlawyers.com/about/selection_process_detail.html. No aspect of this advertisement has been approved by the Supreme Court of New Jersey.

Newsletter

Translate »