Category: PA Workers’ Compensation

February 12, 2020

I received a Petition to Terminate my benefits for my Pennsylvania Work Comp case, what do I do? If you aren't represented by a lawyer yet, please call us 7 days a week at...

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February 12, 2020

If you are an injured worker and you receive a hearing notice, you want to speak to your PA Work Comp Lawyer as soon as possible. If you don’t have one, call PA workers’...

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February 12, 2020

If you receive a notice scheduling you for an Independent Medical Exam, you should speak to your Philly workers’ compensation attorney about whether you need to attend. The general rule is the insurer can...

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February 12, 2020

What does a request for Supersedeas mean in a Pennsylvania Work Comp case? It means the insurer/employer is requesting to reduce or eliminate your wage loss checks based on evidence of an earning power-...

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February 12, 2020

Injured workers in Pennsylvania are often sent a Notice of Ability to Return to Work in a workers’ compensation case. What does this mean? Is it a job offer? Do you have to return...

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January 16, 2020

At least once a week, I get a call from a client asking me what this document means. The document I am referring to is called “Notice of Ability To Return To Work” in...

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July 18, 2018

Pennsylvania workers’ compensation law is an intricate subject. While it offers several perks for injured workers, there are also some confusions or myths surrounding the topics. There are so many myths about Pennsylvania Workers’...

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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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June 28, 2018

Were you injured in Lancaster County and need a Certified, Experienced PA Work Comp Lawyer? Call Cardamone Law 7 days a week - 215 206 9068 We've helped hundreds of injured workers in Central...

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