Justin D. Beck is an associate at Thomas, Thomas, & Hafer and concentrates his practice in the area of Workers’ Compensation. A 2017 graduate of the University of Pittsburgh School of Law, Mr. Beck has worked extensively with the Honorable David B. Torrey, conducting research and writing on a variety of projects related to the field of Workers’ Compensation. He also serves as co-editor of the Pennsylvania Bar Association’s Workers’ Compensation Newsletter.
Justin’s previous experience includes working for the Pennsylvania Department of Labor & Industry, Workers’ Compensation Office of Adjudication. Most recently, Mr. Beck published “Nursing the Wound: The Law and Ethics of Disability Management in Workers’ Compensation,” a comprehensive survey and analysis of national legal trends related to the use of disability management in work-injury claims.
Mr. Beck serves as contributing editor of the Pennsylvania workers’ compensation treatise, 2018 update (David B. Torrey & Andrew E. Greenberg, West’s Pennsylvania Practice, Workers’ Compensation: Law & Practice (3rd edition, 2018-2019 Supplement).
Justin Beck talks about the role of nurse case managers and highlight the ways they promote synergy between the carriers, providers, and patients involved in a claim.
In this legal podcast, Justin Beck discusses the entitlement of performing artists to workers’ compensation.
Justin Beck and Vincent Quatrini discuss Pawlosky v. W.C.A.B. and how the case set a new precedent for burden of proof and causation standards.
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