Category: PA Workers’ Compensation

February 21, 2023

This sounds like a typical lawyer answer, but it depends! Each case is different. Some cases are smaller, with a limited window of wage loss at issue- and these tend to resolve quicker. On...

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February 9, 2023

We are honored to be ranked Number 11 in the entire nation by Feedspot in the Top 25 Workers' Compensation Law Blog rankings. Our Pennsylvania Workers' Compensation Law Blog has nearly 40,000 views and...

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February 8, 2023

Legal fees are one of the top reasons most injured workers feel hesitant about approaching Pennsylvania work comp lawyers. Most assume — incorrectly — that lawyers' fees will be an added expense to injured...

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January 5, 2023

During a work injury case, the ideal conclusion is to reach a settlement or a compromise that mutually benefits both parties. Nobody wants the case to drag on in court. The injured employee wants...

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November 17, 2022

The PA Workers’ Compensation Board receives thousands of injury claims every year. To ensure each case is determined on its merit and all injured workers are given their due compensation, the board and the...

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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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