Case Results

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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.

Workers’ Compensation Challenges – Rebel R.

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 the site without striking each other or other workers who are located about the area. With all the distractions in a confined space, it seems that it is just a […]

Workers’ Compensation Challenges – Dwayne N.

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 same employer, but assigned to different tasks. Working in an industrial setting or on a major construction site can be dangerous in and of itself, but how does the follow-on […]

Workers’ Compensation Challenges – Ernest C.

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 falling from shelves. Depending on how the store moves its merchandise within the store, forklift accidents can also happen. How about a case involving merchandise falling from where it was […]

Workers’ Compensation Challenges – Tucker K.

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 a wide array of injuries. Tucker K. was working in the family-owned direct mail business near his home in Centreville. He climbed up on a stack of pallets, but due […]

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 […]

Escamilla v. Campco, Inc. (2009)

Case DetailsClaimant, an undocumented worker from Mexico, worked as an unskilled construction laborer.  He fell from a floor joist onto a concrete floor resulting in a traumatic brain injury.  He was hospitalized at the University of Virginia Medical Center in Charlottesville and later moved to Sheltering Arms Hospital in Midlothian.  The claim was denied.  His […]

Flowers v. Baird Drywall & Acoustic, Inc. and United Contractors of Virginia GSIA (2013)

Case Details In this case, the Claimant was involved in a motor vehicle accident while working for the employer. He suffered multiple injuries to his left leg and knee, left hip, head/brain/concussion, ribs, lungs, and left hand/wrist/thumb, and psychiatric issues. Results HammondTownsend won the client a lump sum settlement in the amount of $99,000.00. Payment […]

Claytor v. McKee Foods Corporation

Case Details In February 2010, our client sustained a right shoulder injury while working for his employer. Despite the fact that multiple awards have been entered for both medical treatment and lost wages, the parties all agreed that a full and final lump sum settlement would be in the best interest of the client. Results […]

Blankenship v. L B Mason & Son, Inc. and VA Contractors Group Self Ins. Assoc.(2012)

Case Details In this case, the Claimant fell while working for L.B. Mason & Son, Inc. injuring his skull, brain, ribs, clavicle, shoulder, upper extremity, and his right side. Results In this case, HammondTownsend helped the client obtain a settlement of $115,000.00 plus $200,492.00 for a Medicare set-aside account for future treatment for the client’s […]

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