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.

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 You Need A Lawyer For A Pennsylvania Workers’ Compensation Claim?

The law does not require you to hire an attorney when filing a claim for workers’ compensation benefits. However, it is in your best interests to be represented by a skilled and experience workers’ comp lawyer. If you are seeking medical benefits, specific loss benefits, or other types of benefits following a workplace injury in Pennsylvania, an attorney can help you.

Certified Workers’ Compensation Specialist attorney Mark R. Schmidt settled the claim of a 45 year old customer service representative

A resident from Clifton Heights, Delaware County Pennsylvania settles for $121,160.00, along with two years of future medical treatment.

Pennsylvania To Require Electronic Submission For All Workers’ Compensation Utilization Review (UR) And Impairment Rating Evaluation Requests

The Philadelphia workers’ compensation lawyers of Schmidt, Kirifides & Rassias can provide representation for people who have suffered an injury at work.

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.

What is Workers Compensation Subrogation Statutory Construction Act?

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).

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