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Stephen M. Beaudoin is a partner of the firm’s West Chester office, concentrating his practice in the areas of workers’ compensation, employment, and litigation. He has represented clients on a broad range of issues for over 20 years.

While attending law school, Steve served as Associate Editor of the Ohio Northern University Law Review and was inducted as a member of The Willis Society, membership is reserved for those students graduating in the top 10% of their class. Additionally, he received numerous academic awards, including the American Jurisprudence Award. 

For more than three decades, Steve has successfully represented and counseled employers, self-insureds, insurance carriers and related entities on a wide scope of complex workers’ compensation, employment and labor-related issues.

Steve is an avid sports fan, and especially likes to attend Philadelphia Phillies games. He also enjoys spending time at the beach, Disney World, and takes road trips whenever possible, and will drive pretty much anywhere. Steve also loves spending time with his family and granddaughter. 

  • Southwest Airlines / Cambridge Integrated Service v. Workers’ Compensation Appeal Bd. (King), 985 A.2d 280 (Pa. Cmwlth. 2009).
  • Obtained summary judgment in in favor of a dog owner in a dog bite case, in PA Common Pleas Court, which was subsequently affirmed in the Pa Commonwealth Court, which was then appealed to the Pa Supreme Court with certiorari denied.  Plaintiffs were seeking in excess of $400,000 in damages. 
  • Successfully defended an airline carrier against a workers’ compensation claim brought by a probationary employee still in training, alleging closed head injuries with cognitive and neurologic injuries and permanent impairments, that was successfully litigated through appeals to the PA Commonwealth Court. 
  • Recovered a six-figure settlement for an injured tractor truck delivery driver, injured when he slipped and fell on ice at a customer location while preparing his cargo to be unloaded and sustained serious back and neck injuries.
  • Recovered a six-figure settlement for an injured emergency room nurse injured while on a medical transport vehicle, and the ambulance was involved in a motor vehicle accident, causing serious head, neck and back injuries.
  • H&H Foundation for Children (2015-Present)
  • Pennsylvania Bar Association
  • Maryland Bar Association