|Mailing Address||P.O. Box 3118, Scranton, PA, 18505-3118|
|University ||Tulane University, New Orleans, Louisiana, B.A., 1986|
|Law School||University of Cincinnati College of Law, Cincinnati, Ohio, J.D., 1989|
Associations & Memberships
•Lackawanna County Bar Association
•Northeastern Claims Association
•Pennsylvania Bar Association
•Great Pittston Chamber of Commerce
Jennifer is a shareholder in the firm's Scranton office where she concentrates her practice in workers' compensation litigation. Since 1989 she has represented school districts, health care providers, energy companies and employers from numerous other industries in the defense of workers' compensation matters. She is experienced in handling a range of claims involving catastrophic injuries, hearing loss, psychological injuries, amputations, electrical shock injuries and repetitive trauma injuries. Jennifer works closely with her clients to help them achieve successful results and effectively manage their workers' compensation programs.
Jennifer frequently presents to clients, employers, insurers and human resource professionals on topics of interest to the workers' compensation community, including appropriate claims handling, loss prevention and best practices in risk management. She is a member of the Pennsylvania Bar Association, Lackawanna County Bar Association, Northeastern Claims Association and the Greater Pittston Chamber of Commerce.
•Defending Against Excessive Drug Use in Pennsylvania Workers' Compensation Cases, Marshall Dennehey Workers' Compensation Seminar, November 6, 2014
•General Principles of Workers' Compensation In the Course of and Arising Out of Employment, Sterling Education Services Workers' Compensation Law & Practice Seminar, November 5, 2014
•Staying in Your Scrubs: Limiting Workers' Compensation Exposure in Hospitals, Central PA Association for Health Care Risk Management Fall Education Forum, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, November 4, 2011
•Taught and presented numerous seminars on advanced workers' compensation
•“Tooey-The Impact on the Employer Exclusivity Protection Long Afforded by the Act,” Defense Digest, Vol. 20, No. 2, June 2014
Year Joined Organization: 1994
Tooey-The Impact on the Employer Exclusivity Protection Long Afforded by the Act
Defense Digest Article • June 1, 2014
By Jennifer T. Callahan, Esq.*Key Points:No Fault System - Workers' Compensation exclusive remedy.The Act will only apply to disability or death resulting from occupational disease occurring within 300 weeks after the last date...
Workers' Compensation Law & Practice Seminar
Seminar • Nov 5, 2014 Jennifer Callahan and Ross Carrozza are on the faculty for the Workers' Compensation Law & Practice Seminar, hosted by Sterling Education Services. They will discuss the general principles of workers' compensation in the course of and...
|Reported Cases||Published Works: Tooey -The Impact on the Employer Exclusivity Protection Long Afforded by the Act, Defense Digest, Vol. 20, No. 2, June 2014|
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Tooey—The Impact on the Employer Exclusivity Protection Long Afforded by the Act
Jennifer Timmeney Callahan, June 4, 2014
Prior to the implementation of workers’ compensation laws in the United States, civil lawsuits were the only avenue for an employee to seek compensation for job-related accidents. However, the system heavily favored the employer. An employee had to prove employer negligence. The employer, in...
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