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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 […]
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 […]
In many industries it is common practice for one trade to follow another on to the work site, or even different crews working for the […]
It is not surprising that employees who work in retail, particularly when they work in so-called “big box” stores, are subject to injury from merchandise […]
We know that nurses and other healthcare providers often have accidents which cause them injury in the daily routine of caring for patients of all […]
One of the most dangerous work environments one can imagine is a major construction site with multiple pieces of heavy equipment trying to navigate around […]
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 […]
Falls in the workplace are a common source of injuries in workers’ compensation cases. They come in a variety of ways and can result in […]
While unloading a furnace at work, the Claimant injured his left knee, left lower extremity, right knee, and right lower extremity. In this case, HammondTownsend negotiated […]
Case Details The Claimant suffered multiple spine fractures and broken teeth when he fell backwards from a 30-foot roof, landing on his back on the […]
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