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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 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.
While working as a respiratory therapist, Stephanie suffered from a broken foot. She was awarded $272,076 in benefits.
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 suffered a foot and ankle injury on the job. She was awarded $2,105,789.52 in benefits.
Our client suffered a knee injury while on the job. As a result, she was awarded $800,609 in benefits.
Our client sustained a back injury while at work. He was awarded $524,543 in benefits, as a result of his injury.
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.
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 […]
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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