Martin Chitjian

Workers' Compensation Attorney

About Martin

Martin earned his bachelor’s degree at Temple University and graduated from The Widener Univ School of Law in 1992. Since then, his practice has focused on litigating Workers’ Compensation cases in the entire eastern half of Pennsylvania. Martin has litigated countless cases before Workers’ Compensation Judges, the Workers’ Compensation Appeal Board and the Commonwealth Court. He has extensive experience litigating claims involving many different types of injuries including repetitive motion and cumulative trauma type injuries, orthopedic injuries involving the spine, knees, shoulders and hands, as well as concussions and other closed head injuries. Martin has also served as faculty for the Pennsylvania Bar Institute. He has presented at seminars and symposiums involving various topics in Workers’ Compensation Law, as well as such topics as subrogation and the interplay between motor vehicle cases and workers compensation. Martin also authored a chapter in The Pennsylvania Bar Institute’s course material on How to Handle a Workers’ Compensation Mediation. Throughout his career, Martin has represented both injured workers as well as large employers and insurance companies. In fact, he previously worked as Staff Counsel for large insurance companies. Although he now represents injured workers exclusively, Martin’s past experience allows him to be one step ahead of the insurance companies, providing his clients the advantage they need to win. Through his practice of Law, Martin strives to fight for those who are forced to navigate the complexities of the Workers’ Compensation system after an injury and to help hardworking men and women of the Philadelphia area obtain the compensation they deserve.

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