>When Should I Settle My Workers Comp Case?

>Whenever the insurer is ready, willing, and able to offer you a sensible deal. Make sure you have an experienced workers’ compensation handling the negotiations- you will make more money! It will also give you peace of mind knowing that the insurer gave you fair value for your claim.

Settling your workers comp case is a significant event in your life, so take your time, think about the offer carefully, and make sure you have a plan for post-settlement life.

Always feel free to call or email me for a free and comprehensive evaluation of your case. (215) 206-9068 or mcardamone@krasno.com

Michael W. Cardamone- The Injured Worker’s Lawyer
Fighting For Injured Workers In Pennsylvania.

PA Work Comp Lawyer

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What Does Supersedeas Mean in Pennsylvania Workers’ Compensation Cases?

It is a request by the insurance company to cut off/supersede your indemnity (wage loss) benefits.

You may see a Supersedeas request when a Termination/Modification/Suspension Petition is filed against you. If you are not receiving wage loss benefits, then there is nothing to supersede so Supersedeas doesn’t apply.

Supersedeas is a really important matter if you are an injured worker and receiving wage loss checks. Why? Because if you lose the Supersedeas Decision, your checks will be reduced or stopped as the case proceeds. If you do not have a Certified Work Comp Specialist like myself, fighting for you, you are taking a big risk. The Cardamone Law Firm is here to help so you can have an income stream during the litigation.

For more information about this often misunderstood topic, please call me at 215-206-9068 or email me at MyPhillyWorkersComp@Gmail.com

Available 7 days a week to help you. All consults are absolutely free of charge.

Pennsylvania Workers’ Comp

Michael W. Cardamone, Esquire

The Cardamone Law Firm-The Firm For Injured Workers In Pennsylvania

www.MyPhillyWorkersComp.com