Wednesday, July 07, 2004
An article from the Philadelphia Business Journal reports that as personal injury lawyers have fewer and less lucrative cases, they are appearing more often before WCJs. "With the various changes with the law, the personal injury attorneys are seeing their business hit," [George] Martin said. "They're less inclined to refer [workers' compensation cases] out when their business is down."
Posted by Robert Vonada at 7:01 AM