In their latest PA Law Weekly article, Managing Partner Sam Pond and Attorney Susan Nanes discuss how mental and emotional work injuries can be subjective in workers’ compensation law. These types of injuries were not originally mentioned in the Workers’ Compensation Act, as physical injuries were very prevalent during its creation. Modern workplaces have created a need for these types of injuries to be compensable under the law. Sam and Susan explore recent case law that highlights the evolving realm of mental and emotional injuries.
Read the full article here.