Greg Fischer brings more than 20 years of experience to his practice of workers’ compensation law. He represents employers, insurers and third-party administrators in all aspects of workers’ compensation litigation. He has successfully represented clients including large retailers, school districts, hospitals, trucking companies, and manufacturers, among others. Greg is also licensed in West Virginia, where he has also represented employers and insurers.
For a leading national retailer, Greg was able to assume a specific workers’ compensation case and successfully negotiate a resolution of a complex matter. The case had been in and out of litigation for almost 20 years. For an insurer client, Greg successfully argued before the Commonwealth Court, an intermediate appellate court in Pennsylvania, and saved the client close to $100,000. He argued that a contractor who was essentially acting as a medical provider under Pennsylvania law by modifying the home of an injured worker, was obligated to file a fee review which he did not do.
Greg has served on the planning committee for the Pennsylvania Worker’s Compensation Bureau Conference since 2015. He is also on the planning committee for the Western Pennsylvania Workers’ Compensation Bar Association Kids’ Chance Golf Outing, the Bar Association’s annual statewide charity event.
Bar and Court Admissions
Pennsylvania State Bar
West Virginia State Bar
University of Pittsburgh School of Law | J.D., 2000
University of Pittsburgh | B.A., 1997
Pennsylvania County Bar Association
Allegheny County Bar Association
West Virginia Bar Association