Certified Workers’ Compensation Specialist lawyer Mark R. Schmidt settled the claim of a Hospital Pharmacy Technician from Clifton Heights, Delaware County for $85,000

The claimant injured her neck, low back and right shoulder in 2018 lifting a heavy case of pharmacy supplies. The injuries and pain were so severe she traveled to her home country of India to try alternative healing methods, after exhausting all usual, western forms of medicine, including physical therapy, pain medicine and injections. Meanwhile, the employer’s insurance company AGREED she suffered an injury; accepted formal responsibility to pay for treatment of her injuries; but then refused payment every time a doctor or therapist submitted their bills. The defendant also denied the claimant was disabled, and refused to pay any wage loss benefits.

After all litigation of the Claim and Penalty Petition was complete, and the parties were awaiting the decision of the Judge, the insurance company agreed to attorney Schmidt’s settlement demand, which covered all back due wage loss, payment of all medical bills, and almost two years of future benefits.

If you have been injured at work, you need, and deserve a lawyer who will fight for all of the benefits the law allows. At Schmidt, Kirifides & Rassias, we treat every client like a person – not just a file. You will never feel like a Small Fish in a Big Pond. EVERY one of our work injury lawyers is a CERTIFIED SPECIALIST, and each has more than 25 years of experience handling exclusively workers compensation claims. We work hand-in-hand with our Personal injury staff where there may be a separate negligence claim – ensuring we maximize ALL benefits available for you. For a FREE, no obligation consultation, call us at 610-892-9300 or online at www.PAhurtatWork.com (or www.SKR.Legal).

Motor vehicle passenger suffered neck injuries $57,500 settlement

Personal Injury attorney George Rassias settled the claim of a passenger injured in a car accident for $57,000.00

What is Workers Compensation Subrogation Statutory Construction Act?

In 2018 – after 100+ years of case law interpreting the Workers’ Compensation Act, and more than three decades after the detailed analysis in Rollins, The Supreme Court re-defined the proper method to apply subrogation against future compensation benefits, in Whitmoyer v. WCAB (Mountain Country Meats), 186 A.3d 947 (Pa. 2018).

Certified Workers’ Compensation Specialist lawyer Mark R. Schmidt settled the claim of a Hospital Pharmacy Technician from Clifton Heights, Delaware County for $85,000

After all litigation of the Claim and Penalty Petition was complete, and the parties were awaiting the decision of the Judge, the insurance company agreed to attorney Schmidt’s settlement demand, which covered all back due wage loss, payment of all medical bills, and almost two years of future benefits.

Analysis Of House Bill 1234 Of 2019

HB 1234 of 2019 Amends Section 301(c) of the Workers Compensation Act, extending the deadline to file a claim for medical conditions with a latency period exceeding 300 weeks.

Certified Workers’ Injury Specialist attorney Mark R. Schmidt settled the claim of a 66 year old tire warehouse worker from Lancaster for $110,000 PLUS funding for future medical treatment.

It is usually an insurance carrier’s tactic to “wear down” the injured worker – but this time Attorney Schmidt wore down the insurance company – resulting in their acceptance of his FULL DEMAND!

Certified Workers’ Compensation Specialist lawyer Anna V. Rio won the case of a young woman with special needs from Woodlyn, Delaware County who worked to assist other individuals with special needs.

About six months after the Judge’s Decision, the parties entered into settlement negotiations and the claim was settled for over three more years of total disability compensation benefits and payment of claimant’s medical bills.

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