Cardamone Law News

PA Workers Comp- Cardamone Law Secures Settlement For Septa Bus Driver

Michael W. Cardamone of Cardamone Law, a unique boutique solely representing injured workers, has secured a $72,000.00 settlement for a Septa bus driver. Cardamone won the claim initially, yielding tens of thousands of dollars of wage loss from May 2012 to the present time. Including the settlement, Cardamone will have secured approximately $150,000.00 in wage loss for his client, in addition to years of medical benefits.

Pending was a Petition to Terminate benefits. Cardamone reached the settlement at a Mediation with a Judge, counsel, and a Septa representative.

Cardamone Law represents many Septa workers. Injuries are frequent whether from motor vehicle accidents, to slip and falls, to breaking up fights, or a result of defective equipment.

Cardamone Law is the firm injured workers are turning to for serious injuries as 100% of our focus is PA Workers Comp.


(215) 206-9068


Cardamone Law Logo JPeg




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!

Contact Us Today for a 100% Free and Confidential Consultation

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.
    This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.


* indicates required