Lee S. Fiederer

Partner

lfiederer@chartwelllaw.com
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(215) 972-5423
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(215) 972-7008
Philadelphia, PA
130 North 18th Street
26th Floor
Philadelphia
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PA
19103
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PRACTICE AREAS

Workers' Compensation

Medical Marijuana

In-House Counsel Assistance Including Claims & Underwriting File Analysis and Privilege Determination for Non-Party Subpoenas

Admissions

Pennsylvania

United States District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania

Education

Temple University School of Law

J.D., 1992

Pennsylvania State University

B.A., 1988

Lee Fiederer focuses his practice on the defense of workers’ compensation disputes. He represents national, regional and local insurance carriers, as well as self-insured employers, large deductibles, captives, pooled insureds and third-party administrators and brokers. His clients span across industries, including health care, security and power companies, as well as placement agencies.

As a former in-house counsel for a national insurance company, Mr. Fiederer truly understands his clients’ issues and business models, and can handle matters cost-effectively. Specifically, he saves and recoups money through medical cost-containment and subrogation.

Prior to joining the firm, he was an attorney at two Philadelphia area workers’ compensation firms. He also served as senior counsel at national insurance company specializing in workers’ compensation and other property and casualty insurance products.

Mr. Fiederer has spoken at the request of the Bureau of Workers’ Compensation, the National Business Institute, the Pennsylvania Bar Institute, the Insurance Society of Philadelphia, the Montgomery County Bar, and insurance carriers, self-insureds, brokers and medical providers.

Professional Associations

Philadelphia Bar Association, Workers’ Compensation Section

Achievements

Selected to Pennsylvania Super Lawyers® (2009-2019)

Presentations

Workers' Compensation Defendants Severely Impaired by Recent Commonwealth Court Decision

Three Ways to Save You Money: Supersedeas Fund Reimbursements, Utilizations Reviews and Subrogation, presented for The PMA Management Corp., 2006

Updates in Pennsylvania Workers’ Compensation Law, presented for the Insurance Society of Philadelphia, 2005

Employment Law and Workers’ Compensation, National Business Institute, 2001 & 2002


Lee Fiederer focuses his practice on the defense of workers’ compensation disputes. He represents national, regional and local insurance carriers, as well as self-insured employers, large deductibles, captives, pooled insureds and third-party administrators and brokers. His clients span across industries, including health care, security and power companies, as well as placement agencies.

As a former in-house counsel for a national insurance company, Mr. Fiederer truly understands his clients’ issues and business models, and can handle matters cost-effectively. Specifically, he saves and recoups money through medical cost-containment and subrogation.

Prior to joining the firm, he was an attorney at two Philadelphia area workers’ compensation firms. He also served as senior counsel at national insurance company specializing in workers’ compensation and other property and casualty insurance products.

Mr. Fiederer has spoken at the request of the Bureau of Workers’ Compensation, the National Business Institute, the Pennsylvania Bar Institute, the Insurance Society of Philadelphia, the Montgomery County Bar, and insurance carriers, self-insureds, brokers and medical providers.

Professional Associations

Philadelphia Bar Association, Workers’ Compensation Section

Achievements

Selected to Pennsylvania Super Lawyers® (2009-2019)

Presentations

Workers' Compensation Defendants Severely Impaired by Recent Commonwealth Court Decision

Three Ways to Save You Money: Supersedeas Fund Reimbursements, Utilizations Reviews and Subrogation, presented for The PMA Management Corp., 2006

Updates in Pennsylvania Workers’ Compensation Law, presented for the Insurance Society of Philadelphia, 2005

Employment Law and Workers’ Compensation, National Business Institute, 2001 & 2002


Resources