Tag: PA Work Comp

October 3, 2016

The key for injured workers is having a Certified Pennsylvania Work Comp Lawyer Specialist- an attorney who only handles workers' compensation cases and only for injured workers. Pennsylvania Work Comp Law is complicated and...

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March 24, 2016

Sounds like a typical lawyer answer, but it's true- the answer is that it depends. Some hearings are for a brief discussion between the attorneys and the Work Comp Judge, called a "Pre -Trial"...

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January 3, 2016

Cardamone Law, LLC is one of the leading Workers Compensation Law Firm in PA. Our skilled attorneys specialize in PA Workers Compensation Law and offer legal advice and consultation to injured workers. Over the...

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June 4, 2014

No. The Commonwealth Court, in a well reasoned Opinion dated May 27, 2014, (No. 1693 C.D. 2013)  has ruled that the Decedent in this case did not abandon his employment when trying to stop...

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May 21, 2013

I discussed what Notice of Ability To Return To Work means in a PA Work Comp case in a previous post in January 2013. I re-post it below as I am getting more and...

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July 6, 2012

No.  If you are receiving Pennsylvania Work Comp indemnity (ie, wage loss) benefits, they must continue until such time as a Judge enters an Order stopping them.  If a Petition to Terminate has been...

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August 18, 2011

Talk to your work comp lawyer. Sometimes, it's better to iron things out with your physician- if they are willing, of course, and sometimes it's better to move on and find a better advocate. ...

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July 17, 2011

I have significant experience handling claims for people suffering from RSD. RSD- reflex sympathetic dystrophy is a chronic and painful condition marked, in part, by burning pain, excessive sweating, swelling, and sensitivity to touch....

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July 17, 2011

Many people have a vague familiarity with the Family and Medical Leave Act. It is an important and useful tool that many employees can take advantage of, and something that is often overlooked by...

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