Tell us your story
As part of the commemoration of the 100th Anniversary of the first Workers’ Compensation Act passed in Pennsylvania in 1915, the Pennsylvania Workers’ Compensation Centennial Committee is preparing a book highlighting the history and heritage of this legislation.
What we want from you are any experiences, vignettes, war stories, or anything else you would be willing to share with your colleagues. Take a minute and think about:
- Important precedent in which you or your firm or office had involvement
- Noteworthy lawyers, referees, judges, and other men and women who have played a significant role in our practice
- What sets apart the workers’ comp practice from other focuses in the practice of law
You get the idea. So please take some moments to think this over and send the Centennial Committee your piece of history: written narratives, photographs, and whatever else you think adds spice to the mix. We need to have them by Friday, October 31, 2014, to have the materials ready in time for publication. Please send your materials to either Ben Costello (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Rob Keenan (email@example.com).
Any materials submitted become the property of the Centennial Committee and are subject to reasonable editing. The Committee will try and use as much material as possible, but submission of any materials does not guarantee publication.
Here is a link to the same request in PDF format, convenient for printing or attaching to an email message: WC 100 Anecdote Solicitation.