A trial lawyer who has developed a regional Workers Compensation practice since 1988, Mr. Flandreau is the chairman of the Delaware County Bar Association's Workers' Compensation and Employment Law. Originally, Mr. Flandreau specialized in counseling and representing self-insured employers and fully insured employers. However, in 2003, he shifted the focus of his practice to protecting the rights and the workers' compensation benefits of workers injured on the job.
Mr. Flandreau carefully reviews the facts of each case and gathers the documentation and evidence needed to win at trial and get his clients the benefits to which they are entitled. His goal is to provide personal attention and quality representation.
|Partner||Paul, Flandreau & Berger, LLP||2009 - Present|
|Member||Paul, Durham, James, Flandreau, Rodger & Berger, P.C.||2005 - 2009|
|Member||Paul, Mardinly, Durham, James, Flandreau & Rodger, P.C.||1993 - 2005|
|Association name||Position name||Duration|
|Delaware County Bar Association, Workers' Compensarion & Employment Committee||Chairperson||2004 - Present|
|Pennsylvania Association For Justice||Member||2002 - Present|
|Pennsylvania Bar Association, Workers' Compensation Law Section||Member||1990 - Present|
|Delaware County Bar Association||Director||1999 - 2000|
|Dickinson School of Law Board of Trustees||Member||1985 - 1988|
|Pennsylvania State University, Dickinson School of Law||JD - Juris Doctor||1983|
|Bucknell University||BA - Bachelor of Arts, cum laude||1974|
|Disability benefits for injured warehouse worker||The workers' compensation judge ordered the employer to begin paying workers' compensation benefits from May 11, 2011 and granted my request to amend the description of the injury.|
|Truck driver with a torn meniscus||Settled for $135,000|
|Settlement for Federal Express driver||Settled for $159,841 plus a Medicare set-aside of $45,159|
|Low back and right knee injuries||Case settled for $335,000|
|Bank teller with work-related arm, neck, hip and back injuries.||The case settled for $105,000|
|Employer sought to reduce benefits for a roofer with multiple wrist fractures||After the deposition of Employer's medical expert, the case settled for $90,000.00.|
|Traumatic brain injury||The case settled for $268,000 plus a Medicare set-aside that was funded by an annuity.|
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