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Impairment Rating Evaluation and Pennsylvania Workers’ Compensation

by Michael Cardamone
June 26th, 2015

What is a Pennsylvania Workers’ Compensation Impairment Rating Evaluation? A Pennsylvania Impairment Rating is a determination of whole body impairment by a physician, taking into account the work-related diagnoses. It may be requested once an injured worker has received 104 weeks (ie, 2 years) of total disability compensation. The examination isn’t for treatment purposes and it isn’t […]

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PA Work Injury News: MyPhilly WorkersComp Attorney Michael Cardamone Negotiates Six Figure Settlement For Injured Worker

by Michael Cardamone
June 4th, 2015

Michael W. Cardamone, Esquire, President and Owner of Cardamone Law, a specialized PA Work Comp boutique firm for injured workers, negotiated a $100,000.00 settlement for his client who sustained a head injury from a work-related motor vehicle accident. The insurer had filed a Petition to Terminate benefits claiming he was “fully recovered” based on an […]

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Montgomery County, PA Workers’ Compensation Law Firm Sponsors Tex Mex 5K Race For Open Space

by Michael Cardamone
May 26th, 2015

Cardamone Law is a proud sponsor of one of the best 5K races in the United States- the Tex Mex 5K Race for Open Space- on June 24, 2015 in North Wales. Over 1500 runners are expected to register. Cardamone Law is a specialized PA Work Injury boutique for injured workers, based out of Blue […]

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Cardamone Law Wins Significant Workers’ Compensation Claim Petition For Injured Client

by Michael Cardamone
May 15th, 2015

Michael Cardamone, Owner of Cardamone Law and Certified PA Workers’ Compensation Attorney, secured a significant victory on behalf of his client, an injured supervisor/field worker who sustained a serious and permanent shoulder injury that resulted in five surgeries. The litigation spanned a year and was very contentious. The Employer denied the work-relatedness of the injury, […]

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Pennsylvania Work Related Injury Attorney Michael Cardamone Named to Best Attorneys of America List

by Michael Cardamone
May 7th, 2015

Attorney Michael W. Cardamone, owner of Cardamone Law, a specialized Pennsylvania Work Comp firm for injured workers, has been selected to the Rue Ratings Best Attorneys of America List. Membership to Rue Ratings’ Best Attorneys of America is highly selective, and invitations are extended to less than one percent of attorneys in America.  Rue Ratings’ Best […]

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PA Work Injury Attorney Michael Cardamone Settles Case for Injured Worker for $150,000.00

by Michael Cardamone
May 5th, 2015

Attorney Michael Cardamone, President of Cardamone Law, a specialized PA Work Comp boutique for injured workers, successfully negotiated and presented a $150,000.00 settlement for his client. The deal was presented to a Northeastern Pennsylvania Workers’ Compensation Judge last week who approved it after finding that Cardamone’s client understood the full legal significance of the Compromise […]

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Cardamone Law is available for injured workers 7 days a week. Call (215) 206-9068 to set up an appointment and a free case review. You can also email Attorney Cardamone directly at We are available for Zoom/Teams/Webex meetings/calls or we can come to your residence. We have offices in Lansdale, Philadelphia, Blue Bell, Lancaster, and Center Valley, PA. Other firms claim they’re Workers’ Comp firms- but we really are!

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Cardamone Law is available for injured workers 7 days a week. Call (215) 206-9068 (All Communications Remain Confidential) or email to reach Attorney Cardamone directly- no red tape and no nonsense. You get direct access to him when you call or email. With five offices in Lansdale, Philadelphia, Blue Bell, Allentown and Lancaster, we’re well situated to meet with our clients or we’ll come directly to your residence. While other firms claim they are Workers’ Compensation Firms, Cardamone Law proves it.
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