PHILADELPHIA (AUGUST 15, 2013) – A newly published book titled Representing Plaintiffs in Workplace Injury Cases (Thomas Reuters, 2013) includes a chapter on Workers’ Compensation Cases in Pennsylvania, co-authored by two attorneys from the eastern Pennsylvania law firm Krasno, Krasno & Onwudinjo. Managing Partner Jason Krasno and Lead Counsel Geoffrey Dlin were chosen to write the chapter based on their illustrious reputations and experience in the field of workers’ compensation law.
Representing Plaintiffs in Workplace Injury Cases provides an authoritative, insider’s perspective on building a solid case and obtaining the best possible outcome for the client. Written by top lawyers from the world’s most respected law firms, the book offers expert advice on determining claim credibility, preparing a case for trial, achieving a successful resolution, and staying up to date on changes in the Workers’ Compensation Act.
“It was a privilege to contribute to this important book, which is part of a series offering expert analysis from leading business executives and lawyers worldwide,” said Jason Krasno, who is rated one of the Best Lawyers® in America and one of Pennsylvania’s top workers’ compensation lawyers.
“Given the complexity of workers’ compensation and litigation, this book fills a real need. It helps people become better educated on the subject of workplace injury and how to navigate it for a just outcome,” said Geoffrey Dlin, who served more than 15 years as a workers’ compensation judge before returning to private practice at Krasno, Krasno & Onwudinjo.
According to Mr. Dlin, “Meticulous preparation by the lawyer, open communication with the client and solid medical evidence ensure the best possible results when representing people in workplace injury cases.”
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Krasno, Krasno & Onwudinjo is the only workers’ compensation and social security disability law firm in Pennsylvania with three generations of workers’ compensation attorneys dedicated to protecting the rights of injured workers and disabled adults and children. Founded in 1936 by the Honorable Isadore Krasno, the law firm has 17 attorneys on staff at nine office locations including Philadelphia, Pottsville, Blue Bell, Allentown, Reading, Harrisburg, Bloomsburg, Lancaster, and Williamsport. For more information, please visit www.krasnolaw.com.