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$658,000 Fatal Claim Settlement for Widow whose Husband was Killed in a Work Accident

Pearson Koutcher Law partner Jonathan B. Koutcher settled the fatal claim of a 52 year old widow of a truck driver killed in a work-related motor vehicle accident occurring in 2006. The widow had been receiving fatal claim benefits since the accident. The widow had two children and she and Mr. Koutcher brainstormed how to best protect her interests, as both of her children were close to entering college. Mr. Koutcher was able to structure a settlement for the widow consisting of a large, upfront lump sum of money, periodic installment payments for college education expenses for the children and periodic annuity payments for the widow over the next 13 years.

Jonathan B. Koutcher devotes his entire legal practice to helping individuals in the Greater Philadelphia region who have been injured in work-related accidents.


$225,000 Lump Sum Settlement for Berks County Injured Nurse

Pearson Koutcher Law founding partner, Jonathan Koutcher, represented the interests of a nurse from Berks County who initially injured his left shoulder. The injured worker began receiving Workers’ Compensation wage loss benefits and then noticed symptoms in other parts of his body following the accident. Mr. Koutcher filed a Petition to Review Compensation Benefits, alleging the injured worker also injured his neck, lower back and right shoulder. While that petition was pending, the employer offered the injured worker a modified duty job which Mr. Koutcher defended. After attending a mediation, the parties were able to settle the case for the lump sum amount of $225,000. In addition, Mr. Koutcher was also able to negotiate the insurance company to pay for all outstanding medical expenses incurred by the injured worker, including the additional, alleged injuries.


$225,000 Lump Sum Settlement for Lancaster County Factory Worker

Jonathan B. Koutcher, of Pearson Koutcher Law, settled the case of a Lancaster County factory worker with a hand injury. Litigation in the case was extensive, whereby Mr. Koutcher was initially required to prove that the injured worker’s injury to her wrist was due to repetitive activities at work. Mr. Koutcher obtained testimony from the injured worker’s treating orthopedic surgeon and presented the injured worker for testimony before the Judge, who granted the relief being sought for the injured worker by Mr. Koutcher. The settlement amount of $225,000 constitutes almost 5 years of wage loss benefits.


$215,000 Lump Sum Settlement for Lancaster County Union Pipefitter

Pearson Koutcher Law partner, Jonathan Koutcher, represented a union pipefitter from Lancaster County with a hand injury. The claim was initially denied by the Workers’ Compensation insurance company. Mr. Koutcher fully litigated a Claim Petition, alleging that the injured worker’s hand injuries were a result of repetitive trauma to the hand due to regular job activities, which was granted by the Workers’ Compensation Judge. The injured worker’s hand injury was thus deemed work related and the injured worker was able to undergo hand surgery and receive Workers’ Compensation wage loss benefits. The injured worker’s wage loss benefit checks were sent late by the Workers’ Compensation insurance company, so Mr. Koutcher filed a Petition for Penalties. The parties then negotiated a settlement for the injured worker in the amount of $215,000.


$197,000 Lump Sum Settlement for Injured Trade School Director

Philadelphia Workers’ Compensation attorney Jonathan Koutcher, of Pearson Koutcher Law, represented the interests of a trade school director who injured his lower back. The injured worker underwent lumbar spine surgery, returned to work and then due to increased symptoms, could no longer perform his job duties. The employer did not have a position for the injured worker to perform within restrictions. The Workers’ Compensation insurance company for the employer began the process of vocational rehabilitation. During that process Mr. Koutcher was able to negotiate a settlement for the injured worker of $197,000.


$167,856 Lump Sum Settlement for Injured Bucks County Supermarket Manager

Jonathan Koutcher, of Pearson Koutcher Law, represented the interests of a Bucks County supermarket manager who injured her upper extremities at work. Mr. Koutcher successfully fought to have the injured worker started on Workers’ Wompensation wage loss benefits. The injured worker was then able to obtain medical treatment for her work injuries including a number of surgical procedures paid for by the Workers’ Compensation insurance company. Mr. Koutcher represented the injured worker since 2008.


$112,000 Lump Sum Settlement for Montgomery County Utility Worker

Jonathan Koutcher, of Pearson Koutcher Law, won a hard-fought Claim Petition for an injured worker with a lower back injury that required surgery. The case was bifurcated, where the Judge first decided whether the injured worker was actually injured while in the course and scope of his employment, and secondly where the Judge was to decide if the injuries were causally related to the work accident resulting in disability. The injured worker had been sitting in his car on a street adjacent to the employer’s parking lot where employees were instructed to park before work hours. The injured worker was waiting for a manager to arrive to open the lot when his car was struck from behind. The employer argued the injured worker was not within the course and scope of employment when injured, as the work day had not yet started and the accident did not occur on the employer’s premises. Mr. Koutcher defeated these arguments of the employer and was able to prove the injured worker was injured in the course and scope of his employment. The Judge then, after the medical phase of the case, issued a decision in favor of the injured worker that his injuries to his lower back were the result of the car accident and as such was disabled. The employer argued that the injured worker’s need for lower back surgery was the result of years of wear and tear, or degeneration, and had nothing to do with the car accident at work. Mr. Koutcher again defeated this argument of the insurance company. As a result, the injured worker received over $100,000 in back due wage loss benefits, a statutory interest of approximately $12,000, reimbursement of out of pocket expenses, and the right to receive ongoing medical care for his work injuries. The injured worker, still disabled, was also awarded ongoing wage loss benefits.


$100,000 Settlement for Union Laborer from Philadelphia

Philadelphia Workers’ Compensation attorney Jonathan Koutcher, of Pearson Koutcher Law, represented a laborer who worked at a large university in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The injured worker fell off a ladder and sustained wrist injuries requiring surgery. The injured worker began receiving Workers’ Compensation wage loss benefits. In a somewhat complicated fact pattern, the Workers’ Compensation insurance company relied upon an opinion from a prior case indicating the injured worker’s wrist injury fully resolved. The Workers’ Compensation insurance company then filed a Petition to Terminate the injured worker’s benefits. Mr. Koutcher defended the interests of the injured worker by presenting testimony from the injured worker’s treating orthopedic hand surgeon. Prior to the Judge issuing a decision, the parties were able to settle the case for a lump sum of $100,000.


$295,000 Lump Sum Settlement for Chester County Union Electrical Line Worker

A Chester County union electrical line worker fell off the back of a work truck and sustained injuries to his lower back requiring surgery. During treatment, the injured worker took a steroid medication which caused avascular necrosis to his hips. Philadelphia workers’ compensation attorney Jonathan Koutcher, of Pearson Koutcher Law, filed a Petition to Review Compensation Benefits to expand the list of injuries to include the additional hip diagnosis. Mr. Koutcher was successful in adding these additional injuries and as a result the injured worker was able to undergo hip surgery. Mr. Koutcher negotiated a lump sum settlement for the injured worker totaling almost six (6) years of wage loss benefits.


$170,000 Settlement with Open Medical for Philadelphia Union Maintenance Worker

Jonathan Koutcher, Esquire, of the Philadelphia Workers’ Compensation law firm Pearson Koutcher Law, settled the case of a Union maintenance worker who sustained injuries to his neck and lower back in an accident that occurred in 2006. Mr. Koutcher represented the injured worker for over a decade. During this time Mr. Koutcher secured Workers’ Compensation wage loss and medical benefits for the injured worker in multiple rounds of litigation. Recently, the insurance company filed a Petition to Terminate the injured worker’s benefits. Mr. Koutcher again defended the rights of the injured worker until a settlement was negotiated. Importantly, medical benefits remain open so the injured worker can continue to obtain medical treatment for his work related neck and lower back injuries.


$155,000 Lump Sum Settlement for Philadelphia Union Delivery Driver

Philadelphia Workers’ Compensation lawyer Jonathan Koutcher, of Pearson Koutcher Law, settled the case of an injured worker for the lump sum of $155,000. The injured worker, a member of a union, was a delivery driver for a beverage company, and injured his forearm and wrist, requiring multiple surgeries. The insurance company only believed the injured worker sustained a minor injury,and described the injury as a “strain”. Mr. Koutcher filed a petition with the Court to amend the description of injury. During the course of litigation, Mr. Koutcher negotiated the settlement for the injured worker.


$148,000 Lump Sum Settlement for Delaware County Union Operating Engineer

A Delaware County Union operating engineer injured his knee requiring surgery. The injured worker was represented by Philadelphia Workers’ Compensation attorney Jonathan Koutcher, of Pearson Koutcher Law. The employer filed a Petition to Terminate the injured worker’s benefits, alleging that the injured worker had fully recovered from his knee injury and could return to his time of injury position on a full duty basis. Mr. Koutcher defended the injured workers’ right to continued wage loss and medical benefits. During the litigation of the case, Mr. Koutcher was able to successfully negotiate a lump sum settlement for the injured worker.


$127,500 Lump Sum Settlement for Bucks County Warehouse Worker

Philadelphia Workers’ Compensation attorney Jonathan Koutcher, of Pearson Koutcher Law, represented an injured worker from Bucks County with a lower back injury. The Workers’ Compensation insurance company was about to institute litigation against the injured worker alleging that work was generally available for the injured worker to perform in his local geographic area after a vocational counselor identified certain jobs. Mr. Koutcher negotiated a settlement for the injured worker before litigation commenced in the amount of $127,500, representing almost five (5) years of future wage loss benefits.


$125,000 Lump Sum Settlement for Chester County Factory Worker

A Chester County factory worker slipped and fell striking her head and injuring her wrist. The injured worker then began to develop knee pain. Philadelphia Workers’ Compensation attorney Jonathan Koutcher, of Pearson Koutcher Law, represented the injured worker and filed a petition to include the knee injury as work-related, which was important as the injured worker required surgery to her knee. During litigation the employer filed a Petition to Terminate or stop the injured worker’s benefits which Mr. Koutcher defended. Ultimately, the injured worker elected to settle her case for a lump sum amount of $125,000. In addition, all medical bills for the alleged knee injury were paid by the Workers’ Compensation insurance company.


$120,000 Lump Sum Settlement for Injured Chester County Laborer

An injured Chester County laborer settled his case for $120,000 and was represented by Jonathan Koutcher, Esquire, of Pearson Koutcher Law. The injured worker had been represented by Mr. Koutcher for several years. During that time. Mr. Koutcher successfully litigated petitions filed by the employer to reduce the injured worker’s benefits based upon specific job offers and a theory that work was generally available in the general workplace. Mr. Koutcher also successfully was able to reinstate the injured worker’s benefits, which had been reduced prior to Mr. Koutcher representing the injured worker. The lump sum settlement amount is equivalent to more than five (5) years of future wage loss benefits.


$100,000 Lump Sum Settlement for Philadelphia Janitorial Worker

A union janitorial worker injured her lower back while cleaning at a hospital. The Workers’ Compensation insurance company for the injured worker denied the claim. The injured worker was represented by Jonathan Koutcher, partner at Philadelphia Workers’ Compensation law firm Pearson Koutcher Law. Mr. Koutcher litigated the underlying claim for the injured worker and a judge issued a decision granting the claim so the injured worker could receive wage loss and medical benefits for her lower back injury. The insurance company then had the injured worker examined during an independent medical evaluation and thereafter filed a Petition to Terminate the injured worker’s benefits. After attending a mediation and negotiating for several months, Mr. Koutcher was able to settle the case for a lump sum of $100,000.


$95,000 Lump-Sum Settlement for Injured Delaware County School Maintenance Worker

An injured school maintenance worker suffered a laceration of his wrist. While the injury did not seem serious initially, the injured worker developed a pain complex called reflex sympathetic dystrophy or chronic regional pain syndrome. The injured worker was represented by Pearson Koutcher Law Partner, Jonathan Koutcher. The injured worker was able to obtain treatment for his more serious pain condition which included stellate ganglion block injections and rehabilitative therapy. Rather than continue receiving weekly wage loss benefits checks, the injured worker elected to settle his Workers’ Compensation case for a lump sum amount of $95,000.


Philadelphia Workers’ Compensation Attorneys Eric Pearson and Jonathan Koutcher Settle Case of Injured Worker for $875,000

Eric Pearson and Jonathan Koutcher, partners at the Workers’ Compensation only firm of Pearson Koutcher Law, settled the case of an injured worker for $875,000, which is believed to be the highest Workers’ Compensation settlement in Pennsylvania in 2015. The injured worker suffered burns to approximately 30% of his body and was receiving wage loss benefits. In addition to disfiguring injuries to the head and neck, the injured worker was also disabled by the scarring and the loss of use of a number of his extremities. Mr. Pearson and Mr. Koutcher filed several petitions to expand the scope of the injured worker’s injuries to maximize his benefit status and also to obtain specific loss benefits (disfigurement and loss of use) in addition to benefits for wage loss. Mr. Pearson and Mr. Koutcher, recognizing the significant medical attention the injured worker would require for his lifetime, had a life care plan prepared, which detailed recommended remodeling of the injured worker’s home, special transportation equipment and the required ongoing medical treatment. The parties to the case participated in an all-day Mediation, conducted by the Honorable Michael Snyder (ret.). In addition to receiving a lump sum settlement of $875,000, the Workers’ Compensation insurance company agreed to fund and administer a Medicare Set Aside account for the injured worker.


$215,000 Lump Sum Fatal Claim Settlement for Philadelphia Widower

A widower represented by Philadelphia Workers’ Compensation attorney Jonathan Koutcher, of Pearson Koutcher Law, settled a fatal claim for the lump sum amount of $215,000. The injured worker tragically passed away after her work related orthopedic injury was not properly treated leading to her death. Mr. Koutcher was successful in the underlying fatal claim litigation and then was able to negotiate a substantial settlement for the widower after attending a Voluntary Mediation.


$194,000 Lump Sum Settlement for Montgomery County Union Building Engineer

An injured worker employed as a building engineer slipped and fell on a step at work while carrying a tool bag. The injured worker struck his chest on the step and tool bag. After attempting to return to work for the same employer, the injured worker’s pain became too severe and stopped working. Philadelphia Workers’ Compensation attorney Jonathan Koutcher, of Pearson Koutcher Law, represented the injured worker and filed petitions for wage loss benefits. The injured worker sustained a costochondral injury requiring surgery. Despite the Workers’ Compensation insurance company denying the claim, Mr. Koutcher was able to obtain a substantial settlement for the injured worker.


$185,000 Lump Sum Settlement for Delaware County Physician with a Shoulder Injury

A physician who worked in Delaware county suffered a shoulder injury requiring surgery. The injured worker was represented by Jonathan Koutcher, Esquire, of Pearson Koutcher Law. Mr. Koutcher was successful in litigating the initial claim of the injured worker so the injured worker could receive wage loss benefits and undergo surgery. Despite ongoing shoulder symptoms, the Workers’ Compensation insurance company started another round of litigation against the injured worker, alleging that other work was generally available for the physician to perform. Before evidence was presented in this new round of litigation, Mr. Koutcher settled the case for $185,000.


$160,000 Lump Sum Settlement for Delaware County Salesperson

Philadelphia Workers’ Compensation attorney Jonathan B. Koutcher, of Pearson Koutcher Law, settled the claim of a salesperson with a lower back and knee injury for the lump sum of $160,000. The injured worker had been employed by a nutritional blender company in a sales position. The job was physically demanding requiring long hours of work. The Workers’ Compensation insurance company had initially agreed to begin payment of Workers’ Compensation wage loss benefits. The Workers’ Compensation insurance company then had the injured worker examined by its own physician during an independent medical examination and instituted litigation against the interest of the injured worker. Mr. Koutcher not only defended the injured worker against the termination of his benefits but also filed a petition to include injuries not initially accepted as work related.


$105,000 Lump Sum Settlement for Philadelphia Electrical Engineer

Pearson Koutcher Law partner Jonathan B. Koutcher settled the case of a union electrical engineer for the lump sum of $105,000. The injured worker suffered neck and arm injuries as a result of a series of work incidents with his employer. The Workers’ Compensation insurance company filed a Petition to Terminate Compensation Benefits, alleging that the injured worker could return to full duty and fully recovered from his work injuries. Mr. Koutcher defended the petition, presenting the injured worker for testimony before the Workers’ Compensation judge and then cross examining the expert medical witness for the insurance company. After attending a mediation session, the case was able to settle.


$95,000 Lump Sum Settlement for Philadelphia Laborer

An injured worker, a member of the Laborer’s Union, settled his Workers’ Compensation case for $95,000. The injured worker was represented by Jonathan Koutcher, of Pearson Koutcher Law. The injured worker had knee and back injuries and underwent knee surgery. Litigation was pending in the form of a Termination Petition filed by the employer alleging the injured worker fully recovered from his work injuries. If the employer was successful in the petition, the injured worker’s benefits would have been stopped. Mr. Koutcher was able to settle the case after many months of negotiations for $95,000.


$375,000 settlement for Texas resident injured while working in Pennsylvania in a gas well

A Texas resident working in Pennsylvania in a gas well suffered severe and debilitating burns on a significant part of his body resulting in serious, permanent and unsightly scarring on his head, face and neck and also limiting the use of his upper extremities. The injured worker was paid Workers’ Compensation wage loss benefits pursuant to the laws of the state of Texas. When benefits in Texas stopped, Philadelphia workers compensation attorney Jonathan Koutcher, of Pearson Koutcher Law, filed a claim petition in Pennsylvania. Mr. Koutcher litigated the case arguing the injured worker was disabled and in addition required ongoing medical care. Mr. Koutcher also pursued a claim for disfigurement benefits for the injured worker. Despite the insurance company alleging the injured worker could return to work based upon opinions of two physicians who performed independent medical evaluations, Mr. Koutcher was able to secure a significant settlement in the amount of $375,000. Part of the settlement to the injured worker was in the form of a structured annuity and as a result the total settlement value exceeded $375,000.


$360,000 Lump Sum Settlement for Maryland Resident Injured in Pennsylvania

A Maryland resident sustained lumbar spine injuries while working as an auto mechanic at a car dealership in Pennsylvania. The injured worker was represented by Philadelphia Workers’ Compensation attorney Jonathan Koutcher, of Pearson Koutcher Law. Mr. Koutcher represented the injured worker for almost 5 years and successfully litigated numerous rounds of litigation including a Petition to Review Compensation Benefits to change the injured worker’s description of injury, and a Petition to Modify Compensation Benefits based upon a labor market survey and earning power assessment. Mr. Koutcher also successfully defended the injured worker’s entitlement to receive ongoing physical therapy by winning Utilization Review Petitions. After several mediation sessions and many months of negotiations, Mr. Koutcher was able to obtain a significant settlement for the injured worker in the amount of $360,000.


$184,000 Lump Sum Settlement for Philadelphia Union Insulator with Hand Injury

This injured worker was a union insulator and fractured his right hand at work. Unfortunately, he developed a pain syndrome during the healing process called RSD, or chronic regional pain syndrome, resulting in the hand becoming deformed, extremely painful and sensitive to touch, and of little use. The pain syndrome spread to the foot effecting the injured worker’s ability to walk. As a result of the pain and inability to work, the injured worker became depressed. The injured worker was represented by Philadelphia Workers’ Compensation attorney Jonathan Koutcher, of Pearson Koutcher Law, who filed a petition with the court to expand the injured worker’s accepted injuries to include RSD/chronic regional pain syndrome and depression. After presenting the injured worker for testimony, taking multiple medical depositions and attending a Mediation, the parties were able to settle the case. This was despite the insurance company physicians’ opinion that the injured worker did not have depression or a pain syndrome related to the work accident.


$150,000 Lump Sum Settlement with open Medical for Montgomery County Union Tree Worker

A longtime union employee for a tree cutting company injured his shoulder requiring surgical intervention. The Workers’ Compensation insurance company initially denied the claim. Philadelphia Workers’ Compensation attorney Jonathan B. Koutcher, of Pearson Koutcher Law, fought and won the case for the injured worker. This allowed the injured worker to undergo surgery to his injured shoulder. The injured worker then returned to work on light duty. Mr. Koutcher was able to obtain partial disability benefits for the injured worker as he returned to work earning less than his pre-injury average weekly wage. The injured worker would have been able to receive partial disability benefits for up to 500 weeks. Mr. Koutcher was able, however, to obtain a lump sum settlement for the injured worker exceeding the amount he would still be entitled to receive in partial disability benefits.


$135,000 Lump Sum Settlement for Montgomery County Truck Driver

A truck driver making a delivery fell off the back of a tractor trailer as a result of a defective handle. The injured worker sustained injuries to his head and elbow, which was surgically repaired. Philadelphia Workers’ Compensation lawyer Jonathan Koutcher, of Pearson Koutcher, represented the injured worker. Mr. Koutcher successfully litigated a Petition toRreview Compensation Benefits to expand the injured worker’s injuries to include post-concussion syndrome. After the parties attended a Mediation, the case was able to settle for $135,000, representing more than 5 years of the injured worker’s wage loss benefits.


$120,000 Settlement Plus Limited Open Medical for Philadelphia Union Cleaner with Lumbar Spine Injury

A settlement was reached for a Philadelphia Union cleaner/custodian who underwent lumbar spine surgery as a result of a work accident. Philadelphia Workers’ Compensation lawyer Jonathan Koutcher, of Pearson Koutcher, represented the injured worker from the beginning of the claim and was successful in having the injured worker initially start on wage loss benefits. The injured worker and Mr. Koutcher attended a Mediation and settled the case for more than 4 years of wage loss benefits, including a year of open medical treatment.


$95,000 Settlement for Injured Auto Parts Delivery Person from the Lehigh Valley

A 74-year-old laborer from the Lehigh Valley injured his lower back lifting car and truck batteries. Philadelphia Workers’ Compensation attorney Jonathan Koutcher, a certified Workers’ Compensation specialist at Pearson Koutcher Law, represented the injured worker. The insurance company alleged that the injured worker fully recovered from his lower back injury. Mr. Koutcher presented testimony from the injured worker’s treating pain management specialist who was providing the injured worker with lumbar spine injections in opposition to the petition. The injured worker had a relatively low average weekly wage as he only worked part time when the accident occurred. Nevertheless, Mr. Koutcher was able to negotiate a settlement for the injured worker which provides security and eliminated any risk benefits would be cut off. The settlement included the funding of a Medicare Set Aside as the injured worker was receiving social security when the accident originally occurred.


$92,000 Lump Sum Settlement with open medical for Injured Meat-Cutter from Philadelphia

An injured worker from Philadelphia was represented by Philadelphia Workers’ Compensation lawyer Jonathan Koutcher, of Pearson Koutcher Law. Mr. Koutcher is certified as a specialist in workers’ wompensation by the Pennsylvania Supreme Court. The injured worker fell hurting his shoulder and knee. The Workers’ Compensation insurance carrier temporarily paid the injured worker wage loss benefits. However, after the injured worker was evaluated during an independent medical examination, the injured worker’s benefits were stopped. Mr. Koutcher filed several petitions on behalf of the injured worker including a Claim Petition. Mr. Koutcher fought to have the injured worker’s injuries to his shoulder and knee accepted as work related; in addition, the injured worker developed carpal tunnel syndrome while performing his meat-cutter duties on a repetitive basis over four decades. Mr. Koutcher obtained testimony from the injured worker’s family physician and also his treating orthopedic surgeon. Following a mediation the case settled for $92,000 and in addition the injured worker is able to continue treating for his work injuries as his medical benefits were left open following the settlement.


Confidential: Lump Sum settlement in Fatal Claim for Monroe County Widow

Philadelphia Workers’ Compensation attorney, Jonathan B. Koutcher, of Pearson Koutcher Law, settled a fatal claim for the widow of a Monroe County laborer who was killed at work after suffering a blunt force trauma to the head. A third-party lawsuit against the tortfeasor resulted in a significant settlement. Mr. Koutcher was successful in transferring the claim from New Jersey to Pennsylvania, where the Workers’ Compensation system was more beneficial to the widow and negotiated a settlement thereafter that included credits for overpayments in New Jersey, the third-party subrogation lien and future fatal claim benefits. A confidentiality clause in precludes disclosure of the amount of the settlement.


$200,000 Lump Sum Settlement in Fatal Claim/Death Case

A widow who lived near Scranton, Pennsylvania settled the fatal claim of her husband for $200,000. The case also involved a third-party lawsuit which settled for seven figures (confidential amount), and as a result of a future credit against ongoing death benefits, the amount of the widow’s benefits would have been reduced drastically. Philadelphia Workers’ Compensation attorney Jonathan Koutcher, of Pearson Koutcher Law, negotiated a resolution of the widow’s death benefits. More importantly, this allowed the widow to move on with her life and not have to risk her benefits stopping as a result of a relationship resulting in dependency.

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