Congratulations to four attorneys at Stark & Stark who are now certified by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA). These four attorneys are Shareholders James Creegan, Carin O’Donnell, David Schmid, and Bruce Stern.
OSHA Construction Outreach Training is an orientation and safety program for anyone involved in the construction industry. Certification can be achieved after completing a 10- or 30-hour Construction Training course.
At Stark & Stark, our knowledgeable Construction Accident attorneys have successfully represented countless individuals who have been seriously injured in job site accidents across New Jersey and Pennsylvania. Our attorneys have extensive experience representing workers from all the trades, and we understand the types of work required and performed by each.
Shareholder James Creegan specializes in representing injured workers from a variety of backgrounds throughout the state, including those who have suffered significant spinal injuries. James is also an expert in Workers’ Compensation Law as certified by the Supreme Court of New Jersey.
Shareholder Carin O’Donnell represents victims who have been injured or even killed in wrongful death or catastrophic injury litigation. Recently, Carin represented a construction worker who was injured at a job site in Philadelphia and obtained an $8 million settlement for the victim.
Shareholder David Schmid focuses his practice on cases involving serious and catastrophic injuries, and specializes in representing victims with severe burn injuries, and those injured in construction accidents. David is also an expert Civil Trial Attorney as certified by the Supreme Court of New Jersey.
Shareholder Bruce Stern specializes in representing the victims of traumatic brain and spinal cord injuries as well as wrongful death. In addition, he is the author of numerous articles and a frequent lecturer on the subject of traumatic brain injury litigation, evidence, and trial techniques. Bruce is also an expert Civil Trial Attorney as certified by the Supreme Court of New Jersey.
For more information about OSHA Training and certification, click here.