Pennsylvania workers compensation law is a challenging, complicated and ever-changing legal arena. This legal practice area includes the presentation of fact and expert witness testimony. Generally, these cases proceed at the first level before a Workers Compensation Judge. If either party is unhappy with the decision of a workers compensation Judge he/she/they can appeal the judge's decision to the Workers Compensation Appeals Board, Pennsylvania Commonwealth Court and ultimately the Pennsylvania Supreme Court.
Our personal injury practice area involves motor vehicle accidents, slip and falls and dog bites. Our firm has represented children as well as adults. These types of cases in state court generally are tried first before an arbitration panel or Judge or jury depending on the amount of money at issue. Thereafter, these cases are generally appealable to either the Pennsylvania Commonwealth Court, Pennsylvania Superior Court and ultimately to the Pennsylvania Supreme Court. Depending on the cause of action alleged and/or parties involved, these actions can also be brought in Federal District Court. Office is located in the Middle District of Pennsylvania District Court.
Social Security Disability:
Disabled individuals whose disability either lasts 12
months or whose disability is expected to last for 12 months may
qualify for Social Security disability. Our firm assists disabled
individuals pursue Social Security disability claims. This may
involve an appearance before an Administrative law Judge.