- In addition to the more traditional defense of workers’ compensation, our lawyers provide legal advice regarding administration of claims, loss prevention, third party subrogation liens, and contract language.
- We handle all phases of litigation from the Workers’ Compensation Judge level through all appellate boards and courts.
- We are also available for seminars regarding Workers' Compensation issues.
- April 14, 2014
Lawyers in the Workers’ Compensation Practice Group provide a broad range of legal services to, and aggressive representation of, employers, insurance carriers, third-party administrators and insurance brokers regarding the defense of workers’ compensation matters in Pennsylvania and New Jersey. In addition to the more traditional defense of workers’ compensation claims related to compensability and disability issues, our lawyers provide legal advice regarding administration of claims, loss prevention, third-party subrogation liens, establishment of safety programs, union negotiations and contract language.
We handle all phases of litigation from the Workers’ Compensation Judge level through all appellate boards and courts. Our workers’ compensation team includes lawyers with expertise in hearing loss claims and occupational disease claims. We have become active in reviewing and commenting upon proposed rules, regulations and legislation in the workers’ compensation area to ensure that our clients’ views are heard. We are also available for seminars regarding Workers’ Compensation Act amendments, case law updates, regulations, administrative procedures and general handling of compensation matters.
It is our philosophy to provide the highest quality legal representation in workers’ compensation matters efficiently, thoroughly and for the lowest possible cost to our clients. Working closely with in-house staff, third party administrators and insurers, we offer training that assists clients in implementing procedures to reduce costs. Once a decision is made to litigate a claim, we aggressively defend our clients’ interests in an effort to minimize losses.
- May 15, 2015
- November 3, 2014
- October 22, 2014
- April 29, 2014
- February 12, 2014
- May 17, 2013Super Lawyers Magazine
- February 11, 2013
- Tony Salvino Discusses Recent PA Workers' Comp Cases that Could Impact the Way Adjusters Handle ClaimsJuly 31, 2012
- July 5, 2012
- January 16, 2012
- August 1, 2011
- April 14, 2014
- Pennsylvania Association of Occupational Health Nurses Annual State Conference (Lancaster, PA)April 1, 2014
- Workers Compensation Lunch and LearnPMA Insurance Group (Blue Bell, Pennsylvania)November 13, 2013
- Legal Updates for Employers: Workers’ Compensation, ADA, and FMLA2013 Northeast Regional Occupational Health & Safety Conference & Expo (Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania)October 2-4, 2013
- Best Practices for Workers' Compensation ClaimsIsland Hospitality Management NE Regional Meeting (Montvale, NJ)August 28, 2013
- Live Audio ConferenceJuly 31, 2013
- Workers Compensation: The Employer’s PerspectivePPLDecember 11, 2012
- Claims Handling and the Workers’ Compensation ActTravelers Insurance CompanyDecember 5, 2012
- Arbor Insurance Group - Academy of Risk Management (Allentown, PA)November 13, 2012
- Severance Agreement and Release As Used in Workers’ Compensation SettlementsLabor and Employment Law Seminar (Philadelphia, PA)April 11, 2011
- Interplay Among FMLA, ADA and Workers’ CompensationSchool Districts Insurance ConsortiumMay 2010
- June 30, 2015
- January 30, 2015For the Defense
- Pennsylvania Supreme Court Overturns Employers' Workers’ Compensation Exclusivity in Latent Disease CasesNovember 27, 2013Product Liability Alert
- Pennsylvania Supreme Court Decision Nullifies Subrogation Right in Actions Involving Negligent Governmental ActorOctober 10, 2012Workers Compensation Alert
- December 14, 2011Claims Bytes, an Electronic Publication of the Graham Company Claims Services Dept
- Summer/Fall 2011Workers' Compensation Update
- Winter/Spring 2011White and Williams Workers' Compensation Update
- An Employer's Request For Utilization Review of Medical Treatment Is Not an Admission of Work-Related CausationMay 2011Workers' Compensation Alert
- April 27, 2011Workers’ Compensation Alert
- 2010Workers’ Compensation News Alert
- April 28, 2009
- March 16, 2009
- Employers are Being Told to Establish “The Non-existence of Available Work” for Claimants Before Pursuing a Labor Market Survey in Order to End Workers’ Compensation BenefitsMarch 13, 2008
- Employers are Entitled to an Offset of Pennsylvania Workers’ Compensation Benefits When Claimants, Who Have Been Receiving Social Security Disability Benefits, Reach Their Full Retirement AgeJanuary 14, 2008Workers' Compensation Alert
- Workers' Compensation Alert