Category: PA Workers’ Compensation

May 12, 2022

Under the Pennsylvania Workers’ Compensation Act, if your work causes you any injury or illness, you are entitled to receive payment for your medical expenses and lost wages. In case the injury or illness...

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April 8, 2022

Our courts in Pennsylvania have held that an injury must be “in the course of” employment. An employee hurts their back lifting a heavy box at work – this is clearly in the course...

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April 6, 2022

After a year of litigation before a Work Comp Judge in Malvern, PA, our firm secured a victory for our client- a hardworking nurse who is an immigrant, who injured her shoulder and foot...

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April 1, 2022

Cardamone Law University, our firm's podcast for injured workers, is currently ranked 5th in the nation by FeedSpot! We aim to put out regular content, that's easy to understand, and that's not too long-winded....

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March 24, 2022

Theoretically, forever. However, this is rare. Let's review the two types of situations with respect to wage loss benefits. One is called TTD- Temporary Total Disability. This is when you are out of work,...

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March 24, 2022

It depends. Commuting is generally not in the course and scope of employment and therefore isn’t considered a work injury if you’re injured while commuting. But if you are a traveling employee, it may...

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March 15, 2022

If you're an injured worker, and you receive a document in the mail called Assignment of Petition to a Workers' Compensation Judge, then that means either your attorney, yourself, or the employer's attorney, filed...

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March 12, 2022

If you get injured at work and have no lawyers within your family or friends, where do you go? Chances are, you’d search online, ask for referrals from friends and family, or have TV...

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March 10, 2022

Following a work injury, and according to workers’ compensation case laws, after you deem able to work again, your employer can ask you to return to work. The new work offered could be lighter...

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