Carpal Tunnel Syndrome And Pennsylvania Work Comp

If you have carpal tunnel syndrome from repetitive work activities- or from a traumatic (sudden) injury, then you are entitled to Pennsylvania Workers’ Compensation benefits.

Many insurance companies deny carpal tunnel claims. You should hire an experienced PA Work Comp Lawyer to file a Claim Petition if you were denied.

Carpal tunnel can be caused by repetitive typing, or repetitive assembly line work and many other types of activities. Do not let workmans comp have the final say. A denied clam is not the last word. A Judge will decide your case but a petition must be filed. There are important time lines with petitions so speak to a Pennsylvania Work Comp, Carpal Tunnel Attorney.

For more info about carpal tunnel or other common work injuries in Pennsylvania, call Philadelphia Work Comp Attorney Michael W. Cardamone for a FREE consult 7 days a week. 215-206-9068 or email him at

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I Need A Lawyer For My Work Comp Case In Lancaster and Harrisburg, Can You Help Me?

Yes. I handle cases in the Lancaster and Harrisburg areas frequently. In fact, I was just there today, in addition to multiple times last week. I am familiar with the Judges and many Employers in that part of the state, having handled cases there for injured workers since 1999.

We have an office in Lancaster and Harrisburg, in addition to other offices throughout Eastern PA.

I never charge upfront fees. We cover all costs too. I am available 7 days a week for injured workers. You call me on my cell at 215-206-9068 so that you don’t get screened by a secretary.

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Act 534 and Heart and Lung Pennsylvania

>When you need an Act 534 lawyer or a Heart and Lung Act lawyer, call Pennsylvania Attorney Michael W. Cardamone to protect your rights.

Michael is one of the few Pennsylvania Lawyers who has a grasp of both Pennsylvania Workers’ Compensation Law and Act 534/Heart and Lung law. The two usually run parallel but they have different sets of rules.

When should you apply for disability retirement?
Can I be terminated from Act 534 if my condition is permanent?
How is workers comp and Act 534/Heart and Lung different?
When can I get my accrued personal, sick, and vacation time paid?
Can I lose my work comp case but win my Act 534 or Heart and Lung case?

These are common questions that I have the answers to.

Call for a free consult 7 days a week.
I am here to help protect your rights.
Do not handle your case without an experienced lawyer on your side.

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See Cardamone In Philly Magazine- June 2011- In Stores Now!

If you see a Philadelphia Magazine, June 2011 Issue- pick one up and see the list of Super Lawyers and Rising Stars. I have a profile in the Rising Stars section- one of only about 20 profiles.

Rising Stars is a list of the top 2.5% of lawyers in Pennsylvania and I was nominated by my fellow Pennsylvania lawyers as a top PA Work Comp Lawyer.

For info about Pennsylvania Workmens Comp, call experienced Philadelphia Workmens Comp Lawyer Michael W. Cardamone for a Free and Prompt consult.

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