Cardamone Law, a leading Pennsylvania Work Comp Law Firm for injured workers, is a sponsor of the Tex Mex 5K Race for Open Space on June 21, 2017. The 5K is one of the best 5K’s in the nation and has thousands of runners every year. The race helps the Wissahickon Valley Watershed Association. Come […]
We’re proud to announce that we have been recognized as a Best Law Firm in America for our dedication to injured workers in Pennsylvania. Cardamone Law is a Pennsylvania Workers’ Compensation Law firm dedicated 100% to injured workers. We work day and night to serve our clients. Thank you for this recognition!
The key for injured workers is having a Certified Pennsylvania Work Comp Specialist- an attorney who only handles workers’ compensation cases and only for injured workers. Pennsylvania Work Comp Law is complicated and having a specialist is critical. On a more micro- level, the key element is presenting credible lay and medical evidence. Lay evidence […]
Cardamone Law, a specialized Pennsylvania Workers’ Compensation Firm for injured workers, has been named Top 10 Best Law Firms in Pennsylvania for client satisfaction by the American Institute of Personal Injury Attorneys. The award is based on many factors including: 10/10 Client Satisfaction, Top Rated, Industry Leader, No Unresolved Complaints, Awards, Speaking Engagements, etc. Cardamone […]
I get asked this question all the time. Remember, it takes two to tango. You cannot settle your PA Work Comp case on your own. The work comp carrier and/or employer must agree to the terms of the settlement. Generally speaking, you will want to first hire an experienced, Certified PA Work Comp Lawyer. If […]
Theoretically, the wage loss and medical benefits can last a lifetime. However, this is exceedingly rare. Why is it rare? There are many reasons. First, some people will recover from their injuries. Also, many injured workers will settle their case for a lump sum rather than taking a risk in court in terms of having […]
Sounds like a typical lawyer answer, but it’s true- the answer is that it depends. Some hearings are for a brief discussion between the attorneys and the Work Comp Judge, called a “Pre -Trial” where no testimony is taken. Other hearings involve presenting evidence such as deposition transcripts and updating the Work Comp Judge as […]