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If you get hurt on the job, you are entitled to appropriate compensation for your injuries. That’s the law. Your compensation may take the form of a number of benefits, including: lost wages and missed work, medical expenses, specific loss, rehabilitation and death benefits.
If an injury, illness or disability keeps you from working, you may be entitled to Social Security disability benefits. Our expert attorneys will help you apply for your benefits and will be there fighting for you throughout the process. Contact us for a free evaluation.
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ABOUT POND LEHOCKY STERN GIORDANO

PENNSYVLANIA WORKERS’ COMP LAWYERS

Founded by partners Samuel Pond, Jerry Lehocky, David Stern, and Thomas Giordano Jr., the law firm of Pond Lehocky Stern Giordano opened its doors in July 2010 with six attorneys and only 22 total staff members. Today, as the largest workers' compensation and Social Security disability law firm in the region, Pond Lehocky boasts 12 office locations and over 200 staff members.

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RECENT BLOG POSTS

  • Eight Important Facts You Might Not Know About Workers’ Compensation
    By Partner Jerry M. Lehocky   You probably know that workers’ compensation provides medical and wage loss benefits if you get hurt on the job. But did you know you might be entitled to Social Security Disability benefits or a personal injury lawsuit in addition to workers’ compensation? Or that if you are a part of law enforcement or are a harbor worker, you can receive special payments...
  • Does Workers’ Comp Cover a Repetitive Strain Injury?
    Many people associate workers’ compensation with one-time catastrophic work accidents such as a construction worker falling from scaffolding or a carpenter losing a limb. While these types of devastating injuries are most certainly eligible for workers’ compensation, there are other injuries that can take months or even years to develop.  Repetitive strain injury workers’ compensation...
  • Pond Lehocky's Occupational Safety Series: 8 things all injured police and law enforcement officers need to know
    There is no typical day for police officers, correctional officers or security guards. Interacting with criminals, suspects and the general public presents a constant stream of new challenges. More than 800,000 law enforcement officers risk their lives daily to ensure Americans’ safety1.   Here are 8 things all police officers should know if they experience an injury on the job:   1. Police...
  • Help avoid heat related illness: tips to stay safer while working
    As summer begins, it is especially important to pay attention to high temperatures when working outside.  People who work outdoors are vulnerable to extreme heat, which can result in serious injury or even death.    In order to combat heat illness for outdoor workers, The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) released an application for smartphones that allows workers to
  • Eight Important Facts You Might Not Know About Workers’ Compensation
    By Partner Jerry M. Lehocky   You probably know that workers’ compensation provides medical and wage loss benefits if you get hurt on the job. But did you know you might be entitled to Social Security Disability benefits or a personal injury lawsuit in addition to workers’ compensation? Or that if you are a part of law enforcement or are a harbor worker, you can receive special payments...

LATEST NEWS

Worker’s Injury Law & Advocacy Group features Pond Lehocky blog post
Feb 20 2017
The Worker’s Injury Law & Advocacy Group (WILG) recently featured Pond Lehocky Stern Giordano’s blog answering the question “Does Workers’ Comp Cover a Repetitive Strain Injury”? The article corrects the common misconception that workers’ compensation benefits are reserved for isolated, traumatic events and explains that injuries like carpal tunnel syndrome, edema, Raynaud’s... Read more
Partner David Stern and Attorney Taylor Cohen discuss protecting the unprotected work commuter in their latest article for The Legal Intelligencer
Feb 13 2017
In their most recent article for The Legal Intelligencer, Partner David Stern and Associate Taylor Cohen analyze the four exceptions to the notorious “coming and going” rule - a rule that makes employees ineligible for workers’ compensation if they are injured during the work commute. The commute – aka “coming and going” - is not typically considered to be in the course of... Read more
Partner Tom Giordano, Jr. to Co-Chair Philadelphia Bar Association Social Security Committee
Feb 03 2017
Partner Tom Giordano, Jr. was recently appointed as Co-Chair of the Philadelphia Bar Association Social Security Committee by the Association Chancellor, Deborah Gross.  Tom will be serving as Co-Chair of the Committee alongside Marjorie Portnoy, Esq. and Adam Taylor, Esq. As Co-Chair of the Social Security Committee, Tom will assist with monitoring current news and regulations relating to... Read more