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.

Toney, Jr. v. Don’s Florist & Gifts, Inc. and Hartford Casualty Ins. Co. (2013)

Case DetailsWhile at work, the Claimant slipped and fell. He injured his right arm, right shoulder, right side, back, head, and neck.ResultsIn this case, a lump sum settlement was negotiated for the client in the amount of $126,557.00. Additionally, we secured the payment of all medical treatment for his injuries from the date he was […]

Thornton, Jr. v. NIBCO and Travelers Indemnity Co. (2014)

Case Details The Claimant suffered injuries to his hand and upper extremity when a press came down and smashed his hand. Results In this case, our firm negotiated a lump sum settlement for the client in the total amount of $125,000.00. Additionally, payment for all medical treatment received for these injuries from the date he […]

Taylor v. Tapscott Brothers Logging, Inc. and Forestry Mutual Ins. Co. (2012)

Case DetailsThe Claimant injured his back when he was lifting a tire on the job at Tapscott Brothers Logging, Inc. ResultsHammondTownsend helped the client settle a claim against the workers’ compensation insurance carrier for a total sum of $150,000.00.  This was a full and final settlement for any and all existing or future related claims.  […]

Taylor v. Osaka Mining Corp, et al. (2014)

Case Details The Claimant was struck by a jack and a rock while on the job and suffered serious injuries to his arms, back, brain, and psychological issues. Results HammondTownsend obtained a lump sum settlement of $528,868.99 for this client. Additionally, payment for all related medical treatment from the original date of injury through the […]

Snyder v. Davita, Inc. and American Home Assurance Co./AIG Casualty (2013)

Case Details This Claimant injured her back while working as a registered nurse for the employer. Results HammondTownsend obtained a lump sum settlement in the amount of $107,500.00 for this client. Additionally, payment for medical treatment rendered by her physician for her work-related injuries was secured.

Rose, Jr. v. Endow Management Group/Virginia Steel and Fabrication

Case Details The client suffered a low back injury in April of 2011 while lifting and moving a steel beam when working for his employer. While the claim was accepted as compensable, HammondTownsend felt the Claimant deserved more. Results The firm’s lawyers and client agreed that a full and final settlement was in his best […]

Rakes v. Rack Room Shoes and Hartford Casualty Ins. Co. (2013)

Case Details While on the job the Claimant suffered a left shoulder sprain while performing her various job duties. Results In this case, a lump sum settlement of $245,000.00 was negotiated for our client. Payment for all related medical treatment received from the date of the injury through the date of settlement was obtained as […]

Rakes v. McLaughlin Communications and Twin City Fire Ins. Co. (2014)

While at work, the Claimant slipped and fell. He seriously injured his back, shoulder, and neck. A lump sum settlement was secured for the client in the total amount of $245,000.00. Additionally, payment for all related medical treatment from the original date of injury through the final approval of the settlement was obtained.

Myers v. Spotsylvania County Schools and VML Insurance Programs

Client was an elementary school guidance counselor that fainted and fell from a school bus breaking her femur.  The cause of her fainting was never resolved.  She subsequently developed reflex sympathetic dystrophy (RSD) and chronic regional pain syndrome (CRPS).  Her claim was denied by her employer and its insurance company.  The employer said that an […]

Motsinger v. Transport Industries and Liberty Mutual Fire Ins. Co.

While on the job, a truck hood fell on the claimant’s arm causing injuries to her fingers, hand, wrist, elbow, and arm. A lump sum settlement of $200,000.00 was received for this client. HammondTownsend also negotiated the payment of lost wages through the date of the approval of the settlement, as well as payment of […]

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