As a member of the Workers' Compensation Department, Robin focuses her practice on the defense of workers' compensation matters. She represents self-insureds, including temporary employment agencies, warehouses, hospitals and businesses, as well as major insurance carriers and third-party administrators.
Robin partners with employers, brokers and third-party administrators, placing a high priority on consistent communication to best serve the interests of all parties. She tailors her results-driven approach to a client's specific needs, whether it involves litigating a case to conclusion or working toward an early resolution, and she is always mindful of their bottom line.
With more than 20 years of experience practicing exclusively in workers' compensation in the Philadelphia area, Robin has earned a favorable reputation among her peers, judges and the claimant's bar.
Robin is a graduate of Dickinson College, and she received her juris doctor from T.C. Williams School of Law in Richmond, Virginia. She is a member of RIMS, the National Retail and Restaurant Defense Association, and the Philadelphia Association of Defense Counsel. She is the former vice president of the Judge Alexander F. Barbieri Workers' Compensation American Inn of Court for Philadelphia, and she served as a past co-chair for the Workers' Compensation Section of the Philadelphia Bar Association.
Year Joined Organization
•Double Play: What Happens When Your Claim Crosses Multiple States?, Marshall Dennehey Workers' Compensation Seminar, October 22, 2015
•From Kachinski to Phoenixville Hospital: Proving Earning Capacity in the Modern Era, Marshall Dennehey Workers' Compensation Seminar, October 30, 2014
•From Kachinski to Phoenixville Hospital: Proving Earning Capacity in the Modern Era, Philadelphia Bar Association, July 11, 2014
•How to Succeed at Mediations Without Really Trying, Marshall Dennehey Workers' Compensation Seminar, Philadelphia, PA, November 30, 2012
•Co-presenter regarding the use of panel physicians in the workers' compensation arena, Teach and Treat Self-Insured Seminar at Marshall Dennehey, October 21, 2010
•Co-presenter at the Philadelphia Chapter of Occupational Medicine Nurses regarding dissecting medical records, March 24, 2010
•Presenter at Nationwide in-house seminar regarding Medicare fraud, December 10, 2009
•Co-presenter at SRS in-house seminar regarding the Interplan between FMLA, ADA and Workers' Compensation, October 5, 2001
From Kachinski to Phoenixville Hospital: Proving Earning Capacity in the Modern Era
Seminar • Jul 11, 2014
Robin Romano, a shareholder in the Workers' Compensation Department, is a panelist at the upcoming Philadelphia Bar Association CLE program, From Kachinski to Phoenixville Hospital: Proving Earning Capacity in the Modern Era. This...
NRRDA 2016 Annual Conference Mar 2, 2016
Robin Romano, a shareholder in the Workers' Compensation Department, and Jacqui Canter, a shareholder in the Casualty Department, are speaking at the National Retail and Restaurant Defense Association 2016 Annual Conference in Florida.Robin is...
Immunity from Testimony Under the Workers' Compensation Act
Defense Digest Article • December 1, 2015
By Robin M. Romano, Esq, * Key Points:A peer review doctor may be immune from testifying under the Pennsylvania Workers' Compensation Act, Section 306(f)(2)(5).Witness immunity under the Pennsylvania Workers'..., Defense Digest, Vol 21, No. 4, December 2015Defense Digest is prepared by Marshall Dennehey Warner Coleman & Goggin to provide information on recent legal developments of interest to our readers. This publication is not intended to provide...
Voluntary Retirement Cases: an Evolving Burden of Proof
Articles • November 1, 2011
Workers' Compensation, Pennsylvania Self-Insurer's Association Newsletter, November 2011
Voluntary Retirement Cases: An Evolving Burden of Proof
Defense Digest Article • March 1, 2011
Pennsylvania - Workers' Compensation, Key Points:The Day and Robinson cases solidify the burden of proof in voluntary retirement cases to the employer's advantage.Specifically, once the evidence establishes that an employee has..., Defense Digest, Vol. 17, No. 1, March 2011