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.

Chain Saw

Michael v American Hardwood Industries, LLC,

Michael was injured in an accident at a sawmill. His job required him to clear excess pieces of wood that accumulated on a log deck (i.e., a conveyor surface). A chain, similar to a bicycle chain, ran along the edge of the deck and made it move. The chain was at least ten times as […]

Injured Leg

Stephanie v Star City Dogs, LLC

Stephanie injured her left ankle/left foot while on the job in 2017.  Her workers’ compensation claim was accepted. A couple years after the accident, she developed complex regional pain syndrome.  The carrier paid for treatment for this condition as well. HammondTownsend mediated, but did not quite reach an agreement that day.  About a week later, […]

man with headache

Larry v Comcast Corporation

Larry had suffered a concussion at work in 2015 and was not sure if he had been under an Award Order.  He was working fulltime out of fear of losing his job yet suffered from headaches almost daily. Larry missed time at work for medical appointments, but the insurer had not reimbursed him for the […]

William v. Simmons Well Drilling

William worked as a drill operator.  While on the job, he was involved in a motor vehicle 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 motor vehicle accident.  He suffered multiple injuries, 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. ‍

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