Pennsylvania Work Comp Settlement Amounts

Michael W. Cardamone represents injured workers across Pennsylvania. In 2012 he negotiated the following settlements on behalf of his clients. Note that in addition to the lump sums listed below, Mr. Cardamone prevented the insurer or employer from reducing his client’s checks in many of the cases, netting his clients tens of thousands in weekly or bi-weekly checks. Mr. Cardamone also won many cases for his clients, who are now receiving weekly workers’ compensation checks as a result of the litigation process.

$220,000.00- low back injury

$176,000.00- low back injury

$150,000.00- low back and hip injury

$125,000.00- low back and shoulder injury

$118,000.00- low back injury

$87,800.00- hand and arm injury

$85,000.00- low back, hip injury

$83,500.00- shoulder and back injury

$80,000.00- foot injury

$78,500.00- eye/head injury

$70,000.00- shoulder injury

$70,000.00- shoulder injury

$67,500.00- neck injury

$65,000.00- foot and ankle injury

$62,500.00- knee injury

$60,000.00- low back injury

$55,000.00- shoulder injury

$54,000.00- low back injury

$50,000.00- low back injury

$50,000.00- low back injury

$50,000.00- low back injury

$48,300.00- low back injury

$40,000.00- low back and neck

$35,000.00- low back injury

$32,500.00- multiple body parts

$30,000.00-arm injury

$25,000.00- low back injury

$25,000.00- low back injury

$25,000.00- foot injury

$24,500.00- shoulder and neck injury

$24,000.00-low back injury

$20,000.00- arm, neck injury

$12,500.00- neck injury

$10,000.00- carpal tunnel injury

$7500.00- hand injury

As you can see, the settlement amounts vary greatly. Every case is unique! There are distinguishing factors in every case such as the average weekly wage, nature of injury, nature of pre- injury job, whether MMI has been reached, whether there is an IME report with a different medical opinion than the treating doctor’s, the residual vocational skills post injury, etc. If you want to know the settlement value of your case, call one of Pennsylvania’s Best Work Comp Lawyers- Michael W. Cardamone at 215-206-9068 for a free consult. Or email MyPhillyWorkersComp@gmail.com

Workers Comp Settlements In Pennsylvania

About MyPhilly WorkersComp- The Cardamone Law Firm

Michael W. Cardamone of The Cardamone Law Firm is one of Pennsylvania's Best Work Comp Lawyers For Injured Workers. Mike is one of only approximately 75 attorneys across the entire State of Pennsylvania who represent injured workers and who are Certified as Specialists. Mike doesn't handle any other type of law like most attorneys, ONLY Workers' Comp for Injured Workers. Free Consults 7 Days A Week. Friendly, Smart, Accessible. (215) 206-9068 or email MyPhillyWorkersComp@Gmail.com Representing Injured Workers Across Pennsylvania
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One Response to Pennsylvania Work Comp Settlement Amounts

  1. Mike Rowe says:

    At one point in time I found myself injured and represented by an Attorney.After multiple problems with him I searched the net and the Best desicion I ever made in my life was to fire my first Attorney and obtain legal representation by Michael Cardamone…Everything that Michael’s website States about his expertise as an Attorney who fights for the rights of his clients is TRUE..Michael actually cares about his clients and keeps his word that he will win you as much money that your individual case is worth.I know this because just this week Michael got my Workers Comp case in my mind won because we settled…Michael got me more money than I ever dreamer I would get…Top notch and trustworthy are just a few ways to describe Michael Cardamone the Best Attorney in Pa!!!!
    MJROWE FORMER CLIENT.

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