Case Results

The Virginia State Bar Rules of Professional Conduct require all attorneys to make the following statement and disclaimer in regards to publication of their case results:

Settlements and verdicts in all cases depend on various factors and circumstances which are unique to each case. Therefore, past results in cases are not a guarantee or prediction of similar results in future cases which the firm and its lawyers may undertake.

William v. Simmons Well Drilling

William worked as a drill operator.  While on the job, he was involved in a moto rvehicle accident resulting in multiple injuries, including broken vertebrae.  William was awarded $439,467 in benefits.‍

Thomas v. Post Browning Inc.

Thomas worked as a salesperson and was involved in a motorvehicle accident.  He suffered multipleinjuries, including a brain injury. Thomas was awarded $2,249,766.05 in benefits. ‍

Stephanie v. Augusta Health

While working as a respiratory therapist, Stephanie suffered from a broken foot.  She was awarded $272,076 in benefits.

Mawyer v. Houff Transfer

Our client was involved in a motor vehicle accident while preforming his job as a truck driver.  He suffered multiple injuries and was awarded $422,172 in benefits. ‍

Jennifer v. Sprint Corp

Jennifer suffered a foot and ankle injury on the job.  She was awarded $2,105,789.52 in benefits. ‍

Estes v. UVA Health System

Our client suffered a knee injury while on the job.  As a result, she was awarded $800,609 in benefits. ‍

Alexandra v. Chimera

Alexandra worked as a chef when her hand became stuck in a meatgrinder.  As a result, she suffered an amputation.  She was awarded $875,000 in benefits. ‍

Workers’ Compensation Challenges – Steven W.

Falls from ladders are common workplace accidents, but what if the fall damaged a medical device installed on the claimant’s body to treat a non-work related condition? That was the situation which Steve W. faced when he fell 13 feet from a ladder while on a jobsite in Northern Virginia. At the time of his […]

Workers’ Compensation Challenges – Jesse L.

The courts in Virginia have recognized the inherent risks of injury when using ladders. See VFP, Inc. v. Shepherd, 39 Va. App. 289, 293, 572 S.E.2d 510, 512 (2002); Irby v. G&B Insulation Co., Inc., JCN: VA00000529823 (Feb. 26, 2013). Perhaps that is why we see so many falls from ladders in our workers’ comp […]

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