Thomas J. Wehner

Partner

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(856)-252-0287
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(856)-206-9856
309 Fellowship Road, Gate Center
Suite 200
Mt. Laurel Township
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NJ
08054

PRACTICE AREAS

Workers' Compensation

Admissions

New Jersey

Pennsylvania

Education

Villanova University School of Law

J.D., 1987

Villanova University

B.A., cum laude, 1984

Thomas Wehner counsels insurance carriers, self-insureds and third-party administrators on workers’ compensation, subrogation, construction litigation, and products liability issues. He has handled more than 700 workers’ compensation claims and hundreds of construction accident litigation matters, resulting in large recoveries for his clients.

Tom has handled more than 700 workers’ compensation claims and hundreds of construction accident litigation matters, resulting in large recoveries for his clients.

Having previously worked for a prestigious Philadelphia plaintiff’s firm, Tom provides a unique advantage to his clients. Formerly in the position of opposing attorneys, he’s able to analyze litigation from both perspectives.

In Jorce v. Boulevard Physical Therapy & Rehabilitation Center, Tom was instrumental in the creation of new law on the duties of a physical therapist to patients.  The law, which creates a duty for physical therapists similar to that of pharmacists to patients, states that prescriptions for physical therapy cannot be altered or deviated from without first communicating with the treating physician.

Tom has also served as counsel for insurance companies, which allows him to understand what’s most important to his clients. He provides them value by making cost-effective decisions and effectively representing their interests.

Professional Associations

Justice James J. Coleman Inn of Court, Atlantic County, New Jersey

Thomas Wehner counsels insurance carriers, self-insureds and third-party administrators on workers’ compensation, subrogation, construction litigation, and products liability issues. He has handled more than 700 workers’ compensation claims and hundreds of construction accident litigation matters, resulting in large recoveries for his clients.

Tom has handled more than 700 workers’ compensation claims and hundreds of construction accident litigation matters, resulting in large recoveries for his clients.

Having previously worked for a prestigious Philadelphia plaintiff’s firm, Tom provides a unique advantage to his clients. Formerly in the position of opposing attorneys, he’s able to analyze litigation from both perspectives.

In Jorce v. Boulevard Physical Therapy & Rehabilitation Center, Tom was instrumental in the creation of new law on the duties of a physical therapist to patients.  The law, which creates a duty for physical therapists similar to that of pharmacists to patients, states that prescriptions for physical therapy cannot be altered or deviated from without first communicating with the treating physician.

Tom has also served as counsel for insurance companies, which allows him to understand what’s most important to his clients. He provides them value by making cost-effective decisions and effectively representing their interests.

Professional Associations

Justice James J. Coleman Inn of Court, Atlantic County, New Jersey

ATTORNEY'S Resources

Articles & Blogs
Treating Physician vs. Hired Expert: Is the Tide Turning in New Jersey?
Treating Physician vs. Hired Expert: Is the Tide Turning in New Jersey?
In New Jersey, employers and, more often, their carriers/TPAs, control the medical treatment of workers injured in the workplace.
Treating Physician vs. Hired Expert: Is the Tide Turning in New Jersey?
In New Jersey, employers and, more often, their carriers/TPAs, control the medical treatment of workers injured in the workplace.
November 17, 2021
September 8, 2021