Certified Workers’ Compensation Specialist lawyer Mark R. Schmidt resolved the claim of a 29 year old cable technician

The injured worker was disabled for approximately 1 month, and had undergone a brief course of physical therapy. The insurance company denied his claim, alleging he did not suffer any injuries.

Landmark Supreme Court Decision Eliminates Impairment Ratings In Pennsylvania Work Injury Cases

On June 20, 2017 the Supreme Court of PA issued one of the most important decisions affecting injured workers in DECADES, following a long and contentious wait by the entire community. 

Do I Have To Turn Over All The Documents The Insurance Company Requested?

A single accident can often result in a multitude of claims, lawsuits and available benefits. In order to maximize the value of each separate component of the claim, as well as to protect the client’s best interest, a lawyer needs to know what they don’t know.

What Is The Difference Between Personal Injury And Workers’ Compensation Claims?

The Legislators for the House and Senate of Pennsylvania are constantly called upon to address proposed changes to the workers’ compensation system, from advocates for both injured workers’ rights, as well as from those on the “other” side, seeking to minimize costs to employers and insurance companies.

Know The Difference Between Personal Injury And Workers’ Compensation Claims

While the traditional personal injury lawsuit developed as part of the common law, the workers’ compensation systems present in Pennsylvania and most states developed under a different set of circumstances.

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).

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.

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