Marzzacco Niven & Associates Attorney Adam Crosier Presents Workers’ Compensation CLE at Widener University Commonwealth Law School

On April 6, 2022, Attorney Adam Crosier presented a Continuing Legal Education (CLE) course at Widener University Commonwealth Law School in Harrisburg, PA. The course, which he co-presented with Harrisburg attorney Victoria Edwards, covered the current state of workers’ compensation in Pennsylvania. The CLE discussed recent case law updates and explored other workers’ compensation hot topics, such as medical benefits, impairment ratings, independent contractors, and course and scope of employment, among other things. 

The presentation was well attended by members of the bar association and included a lively question and answer session at the end. Attorney Crosier presented this course as part of his role on the executive committee of the Workers’ Compensation Section of the Dauphin County Bar Association Member Benefit Compliance Session. He is serving on the section’s leadership committee for the 2022 calendar year.

Marzzacco Niven & Associates is proud of Attorney Crosier’s leadership in the area of Pennsylvania’s workers’ compensation law. This CLE presentation is merely the latest example of his dedication to this area of the law. The Pennsylvania Supreme Court has recognized Attorney Crosier as a Certified Workers’ Compensation Specialist, a distinction possessed by only a handful of PA attorneys.

Attorney Crosier and Marzzacco Niven & Associates handle all aspects of workers’ compensation claims, from filing to appeals. Indeed, our attorneys have decades of experience helping injured workers get the benefits they deserve after a workplace injury. 

Contact our law firm today to schedule a free consultation with a Pennsylvania workers’ compensation lawyer. We have offices located throughout the commonwealth for the convenience of our clients, including Harrisburg, York, Carbondale, Carlisle, Chambersburg, Lancaster, Lebanon, and Wyomissing. Call us today for help with your claim.