C&W Attending 11th Annual PA Bureau of Workers’ Compensation Conference

Post Date
06/04/12

Cipriani & Werner is pleased to announce we will be attending the 11th Annual PA Bureau of Workers’ Compensation Conference in Hershey, PA on June 11th and 12th, 2012 at the Hershey Lodge & Convention Center.  We are excited to see many of our clients and business partners during the Conference and look forward to meeting new employers, carriers, and claims professionals who may not be familiar with our practice.  Attorney Joseph Frattone, from our Philadelphia Office, we will part of a panel discussing undocumented workers and the workers’ compensation system.  We will also once again have a presence in the Exhibit Hall at booth #16.  We would invite anyone attending the Conference to stop by the booth and meet our attorneys in person.   

 

Cipriani & Werner represents self-insured employers, insurance carriers, and TPAs in Workers’ Compensation matters.  Our attorneys are skilled at positioning our clients to make smart business decisions in their workers’ compensation claims.  If litigation becomes necessary, our firm’s Workers’ Compensation Group is staffed by more than thirty attorneys proficient in litigating all aspects of the Workers’ Compensation claim from pre-litigation counseling through appellate advocacy.  The combined experience of our attorneys enables us to provide clients with not only a historical perspective of the law, but also the strength and ability to provide zealous representation while staying abreast of the most recent developments in the law.  The firm maintains four Pennsylvania offices that allows for local coverage throughout the Commonwealth.  Our size provides clients with specialized knowledge of the local judges and procedures that establishes credibility with the bench, thereby benefiting the client. 

 

In addition to our offices in Pennsylvania, Cipriani & Werner also maintains offices in New Jersey and West Virginia to represent the interests of our clients in those jurisdictions.