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PA Workers’ Compensation Lawyer Negotiates $195,000 Settlement For Injured Pennsylvania Union Member

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  • 01/01/2020

PA workers’ compensation lawyer negotiates $195,000 for a Teamster union member who sustained head and knee injuries when he got caught in a seat belt while exiting a vehicle. Although the carrier initially accepted the claim, following a defense medical exam, a petition was filed by the carrier attempting to terminate all wage loss and medical benefits. The matter proceeded with the client having to testify and Eric Pearson cross-examining the carrier’s medical expert during his testimony. The resolution was the result of a Voluntary Mediation.

Eric B. Pearson

PA workers’ compensation lawyer Eric B. Pearson focuses exclusively on workers’ comp matters through compassionate and competent legal representation. For over two decades, Eric and his partner, Jon Koutcher, have assisted injured workers in the Greater Philadelphia region, successfully obtain their work-related accident benefits.

Eric’s peers have recognized him (every year since 2011) as a Pennsylvania Super Lawyer—an honor awarded to only five percent of attorneys in Pennsylvania. A frequent speaker at Pennsylvania and New Jersey union meetings, Eric has taught continuing education courses specifically for lawyers. He is past co-chair of the Workers’ Compensation Section of the Philadelphia Bar Association. In 2017, Eric received a City of Philadelphia City Council Citation, Who’s Who in Injury and Injured Workers Advocacy List.

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