Monthly Archives: November 2012

Philadelphia, PA Work Comp Lawyer Michael W. Cardamone Wins Case Against Large Philadelphia Employer

Pennsylvania Work Comp Attorney, Michael W. Cardamone, of The Cardamone Law Firm represents injured workers across Pennsylvania. In July 2011, he filed a Claim Petition for a client who injured his right arm and hand in a work-related accident.  The Employer, a large Philadelphia manufacturing company, denied his claim. The Petition was assigned to a Work […]

If I Am An Injured Employee In Pennsylvania, Do I Need To Prove Negligence By My Employer To Get Work Comp Benefits?

No. If you are injured while in the course and scope of your employment, you do not need to prove negligence. Negligence will apply if you have a 3rd party case– that is a case against some entity other than your employer, but not in your Pennsylvania Work Comp situation. For example, if you were […]

What Does A Notice Of Ability To Return To Work Mean In A Pennsylvania Workers’ Compensation Case?

At least once a week, I get a call from a client asking me what this documents means. The document I am referring to is called “Notice Of Ability To Return To Work“.  This is a form sent to an injured worker in Pennsylvania, required by Section 306(b) (3) of the PA Work Comp Act, […]