Attorney Cardamone, Founder and Managing Partner of Cardamone Law, a Pennsylvania Work Comp boutique firm for injured workers, has been named a Top 10 Personal Injury Attorney in the State of Pennsylvania by the National Academy of Personal Injury Attorneys. According to the website for the National Academy of Personal Injury Attorneys, the selection process […]

Attorney Michael Cardamone, President of Cardamone Law, a boutique firm that represents injured workers in Pennsylvania, has been named a Top 100 Litigation Lawyer in the State of Pennsylvania for 2016 due to his dedication and results for injured workers. Cardamone Law is a well known work comp firm for injured workers in Eastern and […]

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Brain Injuries are serious injuries that can have lifelong consequences and crippling symptoms. Given the recent studies, especially as it relates to the National Football League, the general public is becoming increasingly aware of the dangers of concussions. Anything that “shakes the brain” can have devastating consequences- even if the head doesn’t strike anything. (ie, […]

There are many myths about Pennsylvania Workers’ Compensation issues. I hear them every day. I wanted to share my thoughts about these to help set the record straight from my 16 years of experience. 1.   Myth:  My Neighbor Got $100,000 for His Settlement, So I Should Too Fact:  No two cases are identical. There are […]

This scenario happens frequently in Pennsylvania Workers’ Compensation cases. Why? Well, the insurer/employer is permitted an “Independent Medical Exam” every 6 months and they often send you to doctors who will have a propensity to opine that you’re recovered from the work-related injury and/or that any ongoing disability may be real but related to non- […]

If you’re an injured worker who receives Pennsylvania Workers’ Comp benefits, at some point, the insurer may request a “vocational interview”.  This begins the process whereby the insurer tries to establish an earning power. They must first confirm that the pre- injury employer cannot accommodate your restrictions, before undertaking the vocational assessment (sometimes referred to […]