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Workers’ Compensation Win. Today the Claimant withdrew not one but two claim petitions against the Defendant. Defendant is a small business owner who was being sued by the Claimant for Workers’ Compensation benefits due to a terrible fall while attempting to install electrical components on a general construction project. Workers’ Compensation Win.

To Defendant’s great dismay, it was discovered that the Defendant did not have workers’ compensation coverage due to a clerical error. This put the Defendant in a most precarious position since without insurance they were looking at the most dangerous of consequences to them and their family.

In a bold and smart move, the Defendant hired the team of Kenny, Burns & McGill to defend their positions. Attorney Tom Kenny defended the firm’s client vigorously and zealously. Today, in Pennsylvania Department of Labor and Industry, Workers’ Compensation Office of Adjudication, Philadelphia location, Claimant withdrew not one but both Claim Petitions yielding great victory the the Defendant and the team at Kenny, Burns & McGill. 24/7 lawyers. Call today if you need legal help. (215) 423-5500.

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