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I represent injured workers excluseively in workers' compensation cases and have been doing so for the past 20 years. I am dedicated to protecting the rights of workers and I am accessible 24/7. Call me directly at 215-512-1500. My fee is limited to 20% of benefits that I achieve for my clients and my fee must first be approved by a judge. I do not get paid unless my clients get paid.




Languages spoken: English, French

Practice areas


  1. Workers Compensation: 100%



Contingent (20%)

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  • Daniel Edward McCabe

    I've known Jeff for years. Not only is he an excellent attorney, but he's a great guy. He's the kind of attorney knows to talk to his clients with the utmost respect. He is truly a credit to workers compensation bar.


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Contact info


1500 John F. Kennedy Boulevard
Suite 1312
Philadelphia, PA, 19102


We have not found any instances of professional misconduct for this lawyer.
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Legal answers
Award nameGrantorDate granted
Super Lawyer-Top 100 Philadelphia and PennsylvaniaPhiladelphia Magazine2012
Super Lawyer-Top 100 Philadelphia and PennsylvaniaPhiladelphia Magazine2011
Super Lawyer-Top 100 Philadelphia and PennsylvaniaPhiladephia Magazine2010
Super Lawyer-Top 100 PhiladelphiaPhiladephia Magazine2009
Super LawyerPhiladephia Magazine2008
Super Lawyer-Top 100 Philadelphia and Top 100 PennsylvaniaPhiladephia Magazine2007
Super Lawyer- Top 100 Philadelphia and Top 100 PensylvaniaPhiladephia Magazine2006
Super LawyerPhiladephia Magazine2005
Super LawyerPhiladelphia Magazine2004
Martha Hampton AwardPhiladelphia Bar Association2003
Work experience
TitleCompany nameDuration
AttorneyOminsky, Welsh, Rosenthal & Steinberg1990 - 1992
Association namePosition nameDuration
Louis D. Brandeis Law SocietyAssistant Bursar2010 - Present
Brandeis Law FoundationAssistant Treasurer2009 - Present
Pennsylvania Association for JusticeSustaining Member2009 - Present
Brandeis Law FoundationFounding Member2009 - Present
Philadelphia Bar Association, Solo and Small Firm CommitteeMember2004 - Present
Philadelphia Bar Association, Workers' Compensation SectionExecutive Committee2004 - Present
Federal Aviation AdmisnistrationFAA Licensed Pilot2004 - Present
Philadelphia Bar AssociationChair, Workers' Compensation Section2001 - Present
Pennsylvania Trial Lawyers AssociationMember1993 - Present
Philadelphia Trial Lawyers AssociationMember1993 - Present
Pennsylvania Bar AssociationMember1991 - Present
Philadelphia Bar AssociationBoard of Governors2008 - 2010
Temple Adath IsraelMens' Club President2004 - 2006
Publication nameTitleDate
Lorman Education Services publication"The 4 Common Injuries and Mental Stress Claims in Pennsylvania Workers Compensation"2007
Philadelphia Bar Reporter"Commonwealth Court Addresses Workers Compensation Section"2005
The Legal Intelligencer"Palliative Physical Therapy is Deemed Reasonable and Necessary Treatment According to Commonwealth Court"2001
The Legal Intelligencer"Medical Reports Inadmissible Evidence Despite Act 57 Allowance: Evidence on Claims Exceeding 52 Weeks is Deemed Hearsay"2001
The Legal Intelligencer"Pennsylvania Supreme Court Clarifies 'Discovery Rule' of Workers' Compensation Act Notice Provision"2001
The Legal Intelligencer"Key in Reinstatement Petitions: Aggravation v. Recurrence- Burden of Proof Issues"2001
The Legal Intelligencer"Workers' Compensation Subrogation Liens Inapplicable in ADA Claims: Separate Causes of Action Do Not Entail Couble Recovery"2001
The Legal Intelligencer"Workers Compensation Subrogation Liens are no Longer Absolute"2001
The Legal Intelligencer"Commonwealth Court Decision in American Belt Case Sparks Controversy over Child Labor Law"2001
The Legal Intelligencer"Courts Address Statute of Limitations Involving Petitions to Reinstate Benefits: Injured Workers Have 3 Years After Partial Disability Expires"2001
The Legal Intelligencer"Workers Compensation Carrier Required to Pay Full amount of Subrogation Lien asserted by Separate Health Insurance Plan in Excess of Cost Containment Provision of Act 44"2001
The Legal Intelligencer"Supreme Court Considers Burden of Proof for Reinstatement Petitions Following Layoff While Under Suspension of Benefits"2001
School nameMajorDegreeGraduated
Pennsylvania State University, Dickinson School of LawLawJD - Juris Doctor1991
Muhlenberg CollegeBusiness AdministrationBA - Bachelor of Arts1988
Muhlenberg CollegeAccountingBA - Bachelor of Arts1988
Speaking engagements
Conference nameTitleDate
Occupational Diseases and Workers CompensationOccupational Disease Claims2009
Uses and Misuses of the Notice of Temporary Compensation Payable formNTCP Issues2008
Tough Problems in Workers CompensationAdvanced Workers Compensation Issues2007
The 4 Common Injuries and Mental Stress Claims in Pennsylvania Workers CompensationMental Injuries in the Worplace Environment2007
Simple Solutions to Tough Problems in Workers CompensationWorkers Compensation Advanced Issues2007
Pension Offsets and Workers Compensation BenefitsPension Offsets2005
Medicare: Dealing with Medicare Set Aside TrustsMedicare Set Aside Trusts2004
Litigatin Cases Under the Occupational Disease ActOccupational Disease Claims Litigation2003
Penalties for Violation of the Pennsylvania Workers Compensation ActLitigation of Penalties Under the Workers Compensation Act2002
Important Changes in Reinstatment Petitions: Statutes of Limitations and Burdens of ProofReinstatement of Benefits Litigation2001
Case Studies: Learning Techniques for Handling and Litigating ClaimsProper Claims Handling2001
Calculation of The Average Weekly Wage: Maximizing Your Client's Rate and AwardCorrect Methods of Calculating the Average Weekly Wage2001
Ethical Considerations In Workers Compensation CasesEthical Standards2000