Paul V. Tatlow is a 1978 graduate of St. Joseph’s University. Following graduation from college, he
attended Rutgers School of Law in Camden, NJ, where he received his Juris Doctorate in 1981.  He was
admitted to the Pennsylvania Bar later that year.  More recently, in 2007 Paul was admitted to the
Delaware Bar.  He has an AV preeminent rating from Martindale-Hubbell.  Paul has represented both
employers and insurance companies in numerous workers’ compensation cases for over 30 years in
both Pennsylvania and Delaware. He has handled cases involving injury claims, occupational disease
claims, specific loss claims, permanency claims and cases involving complex subrogation issues.  While
working for a prominent insurance defense firm, Paul kept up with all legal developments in the field
and authored monthly case law updates on key legal decisions in both the Pennsylvania and Delaware
jurisdictions.  Paul has done presentations to various groups over the years including the Philadelphia
Bar Association, the National Business Institute, and the Holland Workers’ Compensation Inn of Court. 
During his career, Paul has been an active member of numerous Bar Associations and insurance claims
associations.  Paul joined CML in April of 2022.


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