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Beth A. Bowers

Beth A. Bowers

Beth A. Bowers


As a Partner at Haggerty, Goldberg, Schleifer & Kupersmith, P.C., Beth A. Bowers focuses on handling a wide range of personal injury matters, including those related to workers’ compensation. She gained extensive knowledge about workers’ compensation claims while working as a workers’ compensation defense lawyer and representing insurance companies and employers. Beth regularly appears before the Pennsylvania Workers’ Compensation Appeal Board, Workers’ Compensation Judges, and the Commonwealth Court. She has also handled workers’ compensation matters throughout New Jersey. In May of 2017, Beth became certified as a specialist in the practice of workers’ compensation law by the Pennsylvania Bar Association Section on Workers’ Compensation Law as authorized by the Pennsylvania Supreme Court. While completing her legal studies at Widener University, Beth was awarded the Alexander V. Sarcione, Jr. Memorial Award and the Most Promising Civil Litigator Award. She was also a member of the Moe Levine Trial Advocacy Honor Society and interned for the Chester County District Attorney’s Office and the Delaware County Public Defender’s Office. Before focusing on personal injury law, Beth served as an Assistant District Attorney in the Chester County District Attorney’s Office where she prosecuted accused individuals. She is licensed to practice in New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania. In addition to her legal practice, Beth is an adjunct instructor at Lehigh Carbon Community College where she teaches Workers’ Compensation Practice for Paralegals, Interviewing and Investigating for Paralegals, Introduction to Paralegal Studies, Contract and Business Organizational Law in LCCC’s Paralegal Studies program. She currently serves on the Board of Directors for Neighborhood Housing Services of Greater Berks, Inc. If you have been injured while working and wish to seek workers’ compensation benefits, Beth can guide you through the entire process. She is well-versed regarding the Pennsylvania Workers’ Compensation Act and remains informed about any developments or changes. Her sharp litigation skills could make all the difference to the outcome of your case. She would be happy to explain the process as well as your options during an initial consultation, free of charge.


Widener University School of Law. J.D. – 2006
West Chester University, B.S. in Criminal Justice - 2003


Neighborhood Housing Services of Greater Berks, Board of Directors
Berks County Bar Association