Jaclyn A. Vottero

Partner

P
(610) 666-2074
F
(610) 666-7704
Valley Forge, PA
970 Rittenhouse Road
Suite 300
Eagleville
,
PA
19403
,

PRACTICE AREAS

Workers' Compensation

Heart & Lung Subrogation

Medical Marijuana

Admissions

Pennsylvania

New Jersey

Education

Widener University School of Law

J.D., 2010

Pennsylvania State University

B.A., 2007

Jaclyn Vottero focuses her practice on workers’ compensation, heart and lung litigation and subrogation, and civil service litigation. Ms. Vottero has experience in cases involving state and local municipalities, hospitals, nursing homes, large manufacturers, along with companies of varying sizes. She is committed to the defense of insured and self-insured entities in Pennsylvania and New Jersey workers' compensation matters.

Ms. Vottero prides herself on her ability to reach quick resolutions early and/or before the onset of litigation, to avoid unnecessary litigation costs for clients. She has also been able to recover significant monies for her clients from the Supersedeas Fund. Ms. Vottero is experienced in conducting thorough investigations, such as conducting criminal and social media searches, as well as providing thorough and thoughtful litigation strategies to reduce exposure for clients.

While in law school she was a member of the Delaware Journal of Corporate Law.  She also served as a Certified Legal Intern in the Pennsylvania Civil Law Clinic where she provided pro bono legal services in the area of family law to residents of Delaware County, Pennsylvania.  In addition, while in law school, she interned at a large Philadelphia law firm wherein she practiced property and white-collar law.

Ms. Vottero presented at Murray Securus’s conference, “A Workers’ Compensation and Employment Law Update: Understanding Recent Change and the Impact on Your Business,” in 2017. Outside of work, Ms. Vottero has been a member of the Penn State Dance Marathon Alumni Interest Group from 2007 through the present.

Achievements

Selected to Pennsylvania Rising Stars® 2013

Presentations

"How Medical Marijuana Will Impact PA Employers and Insurers," Philadelphia, PA, April 2018.

Jaclyn Vottero focuses her practice on workers’ compensation, heart and lung litigation and subrogation, and civil service litigation. Ms. Vottero has experience in cases involving state and local municipalities, hospitals, nursing homes, large manufacturers, along with companies of varying sizes. She is committed to the defense of insured and self-insured entities in Pennsylvania and New Jersey workers' compensation matters.

Ms. Vottero prides herself on her ability to reach quick resolutions early and/or before the onset of litigation, to avoid unnecessary litigation costs for clients. She has also been able to recover significant monies for her clients from the Supersedeas Fund. Ms. Vottero is experienced in conducting thorough investigations, such as conducting criminal and social media searches, as well as providing thorough and thoughtful litigation strategies to reduce exposure for clients.

While in law school she was a member of the Delaware Journal of Corporate Law.  She also served as a Certified Legal Intern in the Pennsylvania Civil Law Clinic where she provided pro bono legal services in the area of family law to residents of Delaware County, Pennsylvania.  In addition, while in law school, she interned at a large Philadelphia law firm wherein she practiced property and white-collar law.

Ms. Vottero presented at Murray Securus’s conference, “A Workers’ Compensation and Employment Law Update: Understanding Recent Change and the Impact on Your Business,” in 2017. Outside of work, Ms. Vottero has been a member of the Penn State Dance Marathon Alumni Interest Group from 2007 through the present.

Achievements

Selected to Pennsylvania Rising Stars® 2013

Presentations

"How Medical Marijuana Will Impact PA Employers and Insurers," Philadelphia, PA, April 2018.

ATTORNEY'S Resources

Articles & Blogs
Employers May Face Liability on Outstanding Medical Bills Even After a Compromise and Release Agreement
Employers May Face Liability on Outstanding Medical Bills Even After a Compromise and Release Agreement
Employers May Face Liability on Outstanding Medical Bills Even After a Compromise and Release Agreement
August 6, 2020
August 6, 2020
Articles & Blogs
The Legal Doctrine of Collateral Estoppel as a Bar to Repeat Utilization Reviews
The Legal Doctrine of Collateral Estoppel as a Bar to Repeat Utilization Reviews
The Legal Doctrine of Collateral Estoppel as a Bar to Repeat Utilization Reviews
January 9, 2020
February 1, 2019
Articles & Blogs
Reinstatement Petitions After Granting Termination Petition
Reinstatement Petitions After Granting Termination Petition
The uncertainty that a claim will live on.
Reinstatement Petitions After Granting Termination Petition
The uncertainty that a claim will live on.
January 9, 2020
June 26, 2019
Articles & Blogs
The Interplay Between Breaks in Employment and Jurisdiction Pursuant to Section 305.2(a) of the Act
The Interplay Between Breaks in Employment and Jurisdiction Pursuant to Section 305.2(a) of the Act
The Interplay Between Breaks in Employment and Jurisdiction Pursuant to Section 305.2(a) of the Act
January 9, 2020
December 12, 2019
Articles & Blogs
The Interplay Between the Pennsylvania Workers' Compensation Act and the Ridesharing Act
The Interplay Between the Pennsylvania Workers' Compensation Act and the Ridesharing Act
The Interplay Between the Pennsylvania Workers' Compensation Act and the Ridesharing Act
November 18, 2019
November 8, 2018
Articles & Blogs
Limitations on Employer’s Subrogation Rights: Whitmoyer v. WCAB (Mountain Country Meats)
Limitations on Employer’s Subrogation Rights: Whitmoyer v. WCAB (Mountain Country Meats)
Limitations on Employer’s Subrogation Rights: Whitmoyer v. WCAB (Mountain Country Meats)
September 12, 2019
August 2, 2018