Pond Lehocky Partner Sam Pond to make third co-hosting appearance on Today in PhillyLabor

November 24, 2015

Sam's third appearance on Today in Philly Labor

On Wednesday, November 25, 2015, at 1 p.m. Managing Partner Sam Pond will join the broadcast team of Today in PhillyLabor to discuss how aspects of Pennsylvania workers’ compensation are stacked against the injured worker, and what can be done to protect workers’ rights.

 

No cost of living increase and limitations on monetary awards for scarring are just some of the factors that are not in workers’ favor. Sam will also explain insurance company fraud, how disability is defined under the law and the importance of workers seeing their own doctor.

 

Today in PhillyLabor is a weekly talk radio show that airs every Wednesday from noon to 2 p.m. throughout Philadelphia and vicinity on WWDB 860AM. You can also listen to the live stream here. Hosted by Pat Eiding, president of Philadelphia Council AFL-CIO, Joe Dougherty Jr., PhillyLabor.com, and Joe Krause of Jakib Media, the show tackles labor related issues that affect working people every day, including workers’ rights, legislative issues and more.

 

Updated 12-9-15

Click here to hear the podcast of Sam Pond’s appearance on Today in PhillyLabor Radio.

 

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