Diane Ingbritsen is a workers’ compensation lawyer dedicated to ensuring that working people receive the benefits they deserve. Immersed in workers’ compensation law for more than 30 years, she supports workers when they need it most, utilizing the keen legal insight she has developed over a lifelong career of navigating this complex branch of legal practice.
Committed to helping clients navigate every step of the process of securing benefits, Diane has handled all aspects of workers’ compensation cases. As a former defense attorney, Diane understands employer strategies and is well-equipped to provide shrewd counsel that effectively positions workers to receive much-needed financial support and medical care.
Diane’s insider knowledge has provided her with a variety of tools in her legal toolbox to ensure workers are treated with respect. She has worked directly with employers on their handling of work safety and the process of reporting work injuries. She is also well-versed in insurance law, having served as in-house staff counsel for more than a decade and as counsel for several third-party administrators. Over the course of hundreds of cases, she has written petitions and filed briefs before Workers’ Compensation Judges, the Board of Appeals, the Commonwealth Court, and the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania.
A former co-chair of the Workers’ Compensation Section of the Bucks County Bar Association, Diane served on a panel of workers’ compensation judges, claimants’ and defense attorneys to address the mandatory mediation process. She also presents CLE and other seminars on workers’ compensation.
Diane understands the importance of having someone in your corner who knows the benefits you’re entitled to and how to secure them. She is a passionate and skilled advocate ready to put her years of experience to use in service of hard-working people and the benefits they have earned.
WHAT INSPIRES ME ABOUT MY WORK
“I am inspired by the ability to work which is an essential right for the success of society. When a worker’s abilities are hampered by a work-related injury, they must be afforded the necessary financial support and medical care to get back to work.”
AWAY FROM WORK
“In my spare time, I enjoy biking, working out at the gym, and spending time with my two kids and dogs.”