Workers’ Compensation Attorney Mark Buterbaugh is a managing partner of Mooney Law.  He concentrates his practice of law to workers’ compensation.  He is licensed to practice law in Pennsylvania Attorney Mark Buterbaughand Maryland and manages and handles all of Mooney Law’s Pennsylvania and Maryland work injury cases.   He represents injured workers throughout Central Pennsylvania and Maryland, including Chambersburg, Shippensburg, and Carlisle areas.  Given the geographic footprint of Mooney Law, he also represents injured workers in Harrisburg, York, Gettysburg, Hanover, and Lancaster in Pennsylvania and in Hagerstown and Frederick areas in Maryland.

Attorney Mark Buterbaugh created and now manages the entire Workers’ Compensation practice for the firm.  He has recovered tens of millions of dollars for injured workers throughout Pennsylvania and Maryland, either through litigation or settlement of cases.  His proven and tested experience in workers’ compensation helps him guide injured workers through the complexities of workers’ compensation litigation.  His practice includes litigating denied claims, defending injured workers against suspension and termination petitions filed by employers and insurance carriers, litigating expansion of injury descriptions to get medical bills paid, litigating penalty petitions against insurance carriers, and negotiating fair and reasonable lump sum settlements for injured workers.

Prior to practice and ownership of Mooney Law, Attorney Buterbaugh worked for a large insurance defense firm that represented some of Pennsylvania biggest employers in workers’ compensation defense.  His time and experience defending employers and insurance carriers laid the foundation for his workers’ compensation litigation practice on behald of injured workers.  His prior experience provides him unique perspectives on how insurance company lawyers view, approach, and value a case.

Prior to workers’ compensation practice, Attorney Buterbaugh served as an Assistant Enforcement Counsel with the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board, the agency responsible for regulating the casino industry in Pennsylvania.  Prior to the practice of law, he served in multiple staff positions with the Pennsylvania House of Representatives.  Attorney Buterbaugh attended and graduated from Widener University Commonwealth Law School while working full time for the Pennsylvania House of Representatives and raising a family.

Attorney Buterbaugh is a member of the Franklin and Cumberland County bar associations and is admitted and licensed to practice law in Pennsylvania and Maryland.  He is also admitted to practice in the United States Middle District Court in Pennsylvania, the United States Eastern District Court in Pennsylvania, Middle District of Pennsylvania, United States Bankruptcy Court, and in the United States Bankruptcy Court of the District of Maryland.  He has been active in his community, having been elected to the Shippensburg School Board in 2004 and 2013, and 2019.  He served for six years as President of the School Board.

For more information on Workers Compensation, visit our Personal Injury portion of our website and visit Attorney Buterbaugh’s profile page.  To keep up to date on Mooney Law latest firm news, Like our Facebook page.  

In November 2016, Attorney Buterbaugh was a guest on ABC 27 on Good Day PA to discuss the importance of an individual having experienced legal counsel representing them in their Pennsylvania workers’ compensation case.

In early 2019, Attorney Buterbaugh was selected as a Rising Star in Pennsylvania and as a Super Lawyer by the prestigious national magazine, Super Lawyer. Only 5% of Pennsylvania attorneys are selected as Super Lawyers and even more restrictive, only 2.5 of Pennsylvania lawyers are selected as Rising Stars. Super Lawyers, a Thomson Reuters business, is a rating service of outstanding lawyers who have attained a high degree of peer recognition and professional achievement. The Super Lawyers list is published nationwide in the Super Lawyer Magazine and will be published individually in the Philadelphia Magazine and Pittsburgh Magazine.

For more information, you can link to his bio page here.

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