Category: Cases and Settlements

April 12, 2022

In an unreported opinion, dated April 12, 2022, the Commonwealth Court, in Waziry vs. WCAB, No. 859 C.D. 2021, found that the Workers’ Compensation Judge’s conclusion that Pennsylvania had jurisdiction of this injury that...

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March 31, 2022

Let us review your case and we'll advise. All we do is Work Comp so we'll figure out, based on the facts of your case, whether any offer is fair. There are so many...

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November 18, 2021

In a unanimous Decision, the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania, in an Opinion written by Justice Munday, dated November 17, 2021, Jonathan Peters v. WCAB (Cintas Corp.) defined the standard for injured traveling employees (an...

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November 5, 2021

In an unreported Opinon of the Commonwealth Court of Pennsylvania, dated October 29, 2021, the Court affirmed the Decision of the Workers' Compensation Appeal Board (WCAB) which affirmed a Workers' Compensation Judge's (WCJ) denial...

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November 2, 2021

In a recent unreported Decision, the Commonwealth Court of Pennsylvania found in favor of the injured worker, who was not yet on the clock, and on her way to eat breakfast in an office...

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February 19, 2019

When you settle a Pennsylvania Workers’ Compensation case via Compromise & Release- the name of our form for global/lump sum settlements, there are many issues to consider. What is Compromise and Release? But before...

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February 12, 2019

Can you still have a case in Pennsylvania if you are not injured at work in Pennsylvania? The short answer is Yes! Jurisdiction For A Work-Related Injury PA There are a few ways for...

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November 14, 2018

2018 has been a great year for us. We revamped our website, filed for a trademark of our tagline, sponsored a few events, won record-breaking workers’ compensation settlements in PA, and helped a lot...

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July 5, 2018

Want to hear a lawyerly answer? It depends! It's true. Litigation can vary. If a petition is filed, and isn't settled, the usual time frame for litigation is about 10 to 12 months.  Why...

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