$144,000 Lump Sum Settlement for Union Plumber.
A female plumber who was in a work related motor vehicle accident injured her neck and began experiencing symptoms consistent with “whiplash” thereafter. However, the injured worker became concerned when her symptoms progressed to a post concussion syndrome. The injured worker retained the Philadelphia worker’s compensation lawyers at Pearson Koutcher Law and was represented by Jonathan Koutcher, who filed a Petition to Review Compensation Benefits to include injuries not accepted by the worker’s compensation insurance company. Mr. Koutcher also defended a Termination Petition where the employer alleged the injured worker fully recovered from her work injuries. Mr. Koutcher was able to negotiate a lump sum settlement for the injured worker after the presentation of all evidence.
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