Monthly Archives: July 2013
If you have a Pennsylvania Workers’ Compensation case involving Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy or Complex Regional Pain Syndrome, feel free to call or email Attorney Michael Cardamone of The Cardamone Law Firm, LLC for a Free Consult 7 days a week at (215) 206-9068 email@example.com Hehas significant experience with these insidious conditions, how to handle the […]
Summer 2013 Update For Pennsylvania Workplace Accident Attorney Michael W. Cardamone Of The Cardamone Law Firm, LLC
The summer of 2013 is off to a great start. Here are some highlights of my practice: -Became Certified as a Specialist In Pennsylvania Workers’ Compensation Law after passing the very first of its kind Certification Exam. Approximately 100 attorneys across the entire state who represent injured workers like myself are now Certified Specialists. (another […]
Should A Fatal Claim Petition Be Denied When Decedent’s Death Did Not Occur Within 300 Weeks Of The Original Work Injury?
Unfortunately, the answer to this is yes, pursuant to a Commonwealth Court of Pennsylvania Opinion in Whitesell v. Workers’ Compensation Appeal Board (Staples, Inc.), No. 205 C.D. 2013 dated July 10, 2013. Decedent suffered a low back injury on October 15, 2003 while working for Staples. After two spinal surgeries, he filed a Petition to […]
I Am On Workers’ Compensation In Pennsylvania But The Insurance Company Isn’t Paying For All My Medical Bills- What Can I Do?
First, you should call a Certified Pennsylvania Work Comp Specialist for a free consult. I am happy to provide that to you promptly, and at no charge. There can be many reasons why the insurer in a Pennsylvania Workers’ Compensation case may not be paying for medical bills. First, what is the controlling document? Usually, […]