Prince Law Offices

Prince Law Offices
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This lawyer is licensed to practice in Pennsylvania and has no record of discipline from the Pennsylvania bar association. *

Prince Law Offices

Prince Law Offices

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This lawyer is licensed to practice in Pennsylvania and has no record of discipline from the Pennsylvania bar association. *

Firm Overview

Main Office

Main Office
646 Lenape Road
Bechtelsville, PA 19505

Phone

(484) 934-1717

Fees
Free Initial Consultation?

Yes

Office Information
Emergency After Hours

Yes

Other Offices
  • Reading office

    42 S. 5th Street
    Reading, PA 19506

Workers Compensation

Prince Law Offices
Karl Voigt

Karl graduated with honors from Gettysburg College in 1987, then from Franklin Pierce Law Center in 1990. He has been practicing exclusively in the area of workers’ compensation with Prince Law Offices since 1990. He serves injured workers in Berks and Schuylkill Counties.

Karl has hosted “Ask-A-Lawyer” on BerksTV twice a year, most recently addressing reeducation after a work injury. He has spoken before several public groups, including local Chambers of Commerce and the Pennsylvania Federation of Injured Workers’. His most recent publication was an article regarding Act 57’s captive period for the office’s newsletter, WCLC Update, which he edits.

Karl lives in Northern Berks County, where he enjoys road and mountain cycling. He maintains offices at 42 South Fifth Street in Reading and 646 Lenape Road in Bechtelsville. He was the year 2000 and 2004 Chair of the Berks County Bar Association’s Workers’ Compensation Section. His direct phone extension is 84189.
Areas of Practice:

100% Workers’ Compensation

Litigation Percentage:

100% of Practice Devoted to Litigation

Bar Admissions:

Pennsylvania, 1990

Education:

Franklin Pierce Law Center, Concord, New Hampshire, 1990
J.D.
Gettysburg College, Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, 1987
B.A.

Honors: With Honors

Major: English Literature

Published Works:

Act 57’s Captive Period for the Office’s Newsletter, WCLC Update

Classes/Seminars Taught:

Why You May not Want to Settle Your Workers’ Compensation Case, Berks Community Television Programs
Workers Compensation Vocational Rehabilitation, Berks Community Television Programs
Mediation Training, Good Shepherd Mediation Program, 2007
Pennsylvania Council of Mediators
Negotiation Strategies
What Corporate Counsel Look for in a Mediator, March 9, 2006

Professional Associations and Memberships:

Berks County Bar Association, 1990 – Present
Pennsylvania Council of Mediators
Pennsylvania Bar Association, Alternative Dispute Section
Pennsylvania Bar Association, Workers’ Compensation Section
Pennsylvania Bar Association, International and Comparative Law Section
Berks County Bar Association, Workers’ Compensation Section, 2001 – 2002 Head
Berks County Bar Association, Workers’ Compensation Section, 2005 – 2006 Head

Prince Law Offices
Karl Voigt

Karl graduated with honors from Gettysburg College in 1987, then from Franklin Pierce Law Center in 1990. He has been practicing exclusively in the area of workers’ compensation with Prince Law Offices since 1990. He serves injured workers in Berks and Schuylkill Counties.

Karl has hosted “Ask-A-Lawyer” on BerksTV twice a year, most recently addressing reeducation after a work injury. He has spoken before several public groups, including local Chambers of Commerce and the Pennsylvania Federation of Injured Workers’. His most recent publication was an article regarding Act 57’s captive period for the office’s newsletter, WCLC Update, which he edits.

Karl lives in Northern Berks County, where he enjoys road and mountain cycling. He maintains offices at 42 South Fifth Street in Reading and 646 Lenape Road in Bechtelsville. He was the year 2000 and 2004 Chair of the Berks County Bar Association’s Workers’ Compensation Section. His direct phone extension is 84189.
Areas of Practice:

100% Workers’ Compensation

Litigation Percentage:

100% of Practice Devoted to Litigation

Bar Admissions:

Pennsylvania, 1990

Education:

Franklin Pierce Law Center, Concord, New Hampshire, 1990
J.D.
Gettysburg College, Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, 1987
B.A.

Honors: With Honors

Major: English Literature

Published Works:

Act 57’s Captive Period for the Office’s Newsletter, WCLC Update

Classes/Seminars Taught:

Why You May not Want to Settle Your Workers’ Compensation Case, Berks Community Television Programs
Workers Compensation Vocational Rehabilitation, Berks Community Television Programs
Mediation Training, Good Shepherd Mediation Program, 2007
Pennsylvania Council of Mediators
Negotiation Strategies
What Corporate Counsel Look for in a Mediator, March 9, 2006

Professional Associations and Memberships:

Berks County Bar Association, 1990 – Present
Pennsylvania Council of Mediators
Pennsylvania Bar Association, Alternative Dispute Section
Pennsylvania Bar Association, Workers’ Compensation Section
Pennsylvania Bar Association, International and Comparative Law Section
Berks County Bar Association, Workers’ Compensation Section, 2001 – 2002 Head
Berks County Bar Association, Workers’ Compensation Section, 2005 – 2006 Head

Firm Overview

Main Office

Main Office
646 Lenape Road
Bechtelsville, PA 19505

Phone

(484) 934-1717

Fees
Free Initial Consultation?

Yes

Office Information
Emergency After Hours

Yes

Other Offices
  • Reading office

    42 S. 5th Street
    Reading, PA 19506

Workers Compensation

Prince Law Offices
Karl Voigt

Karl graduated with honors from Gettysburg College in 1987, then from Franklin Pierce Law Center in 1990. He has been practicing exclusively in the area of workers’ compensation with Prince Law Offices since 1990. He serves injured workers in Berks and Schuylkill Counties.

Karl has hosted “Ask-A-Lawyer” on BerksTV twice a year, most recently addressing reeducation after a work injury. He has spoken before several public groups, including local Chambers of Commerce and the Pennsylvania Federation of Injured Workers’. His most recent publication was an article regarding Act 57’s captive period for the office’s newsletter, WCLC Update, which he edits.

Karl lives in Northern Berks County, where he enjoys road and mountain cycling. He maintains offices at 42 South Fifth Street in Reading and 646 Lenape Road in Bechtelsville. He was the year 2000 and 2004 Chair of the Berks County Bar Association’s Workers’ Compensation Section. His direct phone extension is 84189.
Areas of Practice:

100% Workers’ Compensation

Litigation Percentage:

100% of Practice Devoted to Litigation

Bar Admissions:

Pennsylvania, 1990

Education:

Franklin Pierce Law Center, Concord, New Hampshire, 1990
J.D.
Gettysburg College, Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, 1987
B.A.

Honors: With Honors

Major: English Literature

Published Works:

Act 57’s Captive Period for the Office’s Newsletter, WCLC Update

Classes/Seminars Taught:

Why You May not Want to Settle Your Workers’ Compensation Case, Berks Community Television Programs
Workers Compensation Vocational Rehabilitation, Berks Community Television Programs
Mediation Training, Good Shepherd Mediation Program, 2007
Pennsylvania Council of Mediators
Negotiation Strategies
What Corporate Counsel Look for in a Mediator, March 9, 2006

Professional Associations and Memberships:

Berks County Bar Association, 1990 – Present
Pennsylvania Council of Mediators
Pennsylvania Bar Association, Alternative Dispute Section
Pennsylvania Bar Association, Workers’ Compensation Section
Pennsylvania Bar Association, International and Comparative Law Section
Berks County Bar Association, Workers’ Compensation Section, 2001 – 2002 Head
Berks County Bar Association, Workers’ Compensation Section, 2005 – 2006 Head

Prince Law Offices
Karl Voigt

Karl graduated with honors from Gettysburg College in 1987, then from Franklin Pierce Law Center in 1990. He has been practicing exclusively in the area of workers’ compensation with Prince Law Offices since 1990. He serves injured workers in Berks and Schuylkill Counties.

Karl has hosted “Ask-A-Lawyer” on BerksTV twice a year, most recently addressing reeducation after a work injury. He has spoken before several public groups, including local Chambers of Commerce and the Pennsylvania Federation of Injured Workers’. His most recent publication was an article regarding Act 57’s captive period for the office’s newsletter, WCLC Update, which he edits.

Karl lives in Northern Berks County, where he enjoys road and mountain cycling. He maintains offices at 42 South Fifth Street in Reading and 646 Lenape Road in Bechtelsville. He was the year 2000 and 2004 Chair of the Berks County Bar Association’s Workers’ Compensation Section. His direct phone extension is 84189.
Areas of Practice:

100% Workers’ Compensation

Litigation Percentage:

100% of Practice Devoted to Litigation

Bar Admissions:

Pennsylvania, 1990

Education:

Franklin Pierce Law Center, Concord, New Hampshire, 1990
J.D.
Gettysburg College, Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, 1987
B.A.

Honors: With Honors

Major: English Literature

Published Works:

Act 57’s Captive Period for the Office’s Newsletter, WCLC Update

Classes/Seminars Taught:

Why You May not Want to Settle Your Workers’ Compensation Case, Berks Community Television Programs
Workers Compensation Vocational Rehabilitation, Berks Community Television Programs
Mediation Training, Good Shepherd Mediation Program, 2007
Pennsylvania Council of Mediators
Negotiation Strategies
What Corporate Counsel Look for in a Mediator, March 9, 2006

Professional Associations and Memberships:

Berks County Bar Association, 1990 – Present
Pennsylvania Council of Mediators
Pennsylvania Bar Association, Alternative Dispute Section
Pennsylvania Bar Association, Workers’ Compensation Section
Pennsylvania Bar Association, International and Comparative Law Section
Berks County Bar Association, Workers’ Compensation Section, 2001 – 2002 Head
Berks County Bar Association, Workers’ Compensation Section, 2005 – 2006 Head

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This lawyer is licensed to practice in Pennsylvania and has no record of discipline from the Pennsylvania bar association. *

* Nolo has confirmed that every member attorney has a valid license and is in good standing with the state agency that licenses lawyers. Any past disbarments and suspensions (with possible exceptions for minor violations or nonpayment of dues, in our discretion) will be indicated accordingly in the badge. Member attorneys are required to notify Nolo immediately if they become the subject of any disciplinary action by any state licensing agency.

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This lawyer is licensed to practice in Pennsylvania and has no record of discipline from the Pennsylvania bar association. *

* Nolo has confirmed that every member attorney has a valid license and is in good standing with the state agency that licenses lawyers. Any past disbarments and suspensions (with possible exceptions for minor violations or nonpayment of dues, in our discretion) will be indicated accordingly in the badge. Member attorneys are required to notify Nolo immediately if they become the subject of any disciplinary action by any state licensing agency.