Thomson, Rhodes & Cowie, P.C. is renowned in Western Pennsylvania for its workers’ compensation practice. Its attorneys have vast experience in litigating claims, facilitating amicable resolution of claims and counseling clients on subjects including cost control, health and safety policies, loss control, rehabilitation programs, insurance and self-insurance and statutory compliance.
The firm’s workers’ compensation department is lead by four experienced workers’ compensation attorneys.
With over twenty-five (25) years of nearly exclusive experience in the field, Harry W. Rosensteel, a shareholder in the firm, is chair of the firm’s workers’ compensation department. He is an editor of the TR&C Pennsylvania Workers’ Compensation Bulletin, a periodic publication addressing current legal trends in workers’ compensation matters with a wide circulation in the Western Pennsylvania business and industry community. He represents clients in both Pennsylvania and West Virginia.
Margaret Hock, a shareholder in the firm, has practiced almost exclusively in the field of workers’ compensation since 1993, representing insurers and self-insured employers in Pennsylvania and West Virginia. She is also an editor of the firm’s Pennsylvania Workers’ Compensation Bulletin, as well as the TR&C West Virginia Workers’ Compensation Law Notes, which addresses developments in workers’ compensation law in West Virginia.
Linton Moyer, a shareholder in the firm, department co-chair and past editor of the Pennsylvania Bar Association Workers’ Compensation Newsletter, has over thirty years experienced in the field. His practice is concentrated in the areas of medical malpractice litigation as well as workers’ compensation.
David McQuiston, a shareholder in the firm, also has extensive years of experience in the field. In addition, he also practiced extensively in the defense of Longshore and Harbor Workers’ Compensation Act cases, as well as general insurance defense.
The firm’s preeminence in the labor and employment field affords clients a well-rounded approach to workers’ compensation matters and its interplay with federal employment statues such as the Family and Medical Leave Act and the Americans with Disabilities Act. All of the members of the workers’ compensation department engage in frequent seminars for the business and industry community and its clients.