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.

Dudley, Sr. v. Scotts Backhoe Service, Inc. and Selective Ins. Co. of America (2011)

Case Details The Claimant in this case fell while employed with Scotts Backhoe Services, Inc. In the fall he injured both hips and right and left extremities. Results HammondTownsend helped the client settle all injury claims against the workers’ compensation carrier for a total of $185,000.00. This was a full and final settlement for any […]

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 […]

Glasgow v. Toray Plastics, Inc. and Mitsui Sumitomo Ins. Co. of America (2011)

Case DetailsThe Claimant in this case suffered a back injury on the job while lifting scrap foam onto a skid. ResultsHammondTownsend helped the client settle a claim against the workers’ compensation insurance carrier for a total sum of $100,000.00.  This was a full and final settlement for any and all existing or future related claims.  […]

Guffey v. Augusta (County of) School Board (2013)

Case Details The Claimant in this case sustained a back injury while working for the County of Augusta School Board. Results HammondTownsend obtained a medical settlement for this client, wherein the insurance carrier for workers’ compensation claims agreed to pay for all medical treatments related to this injury for the rest of the Claimant’s life.

Gwendolyn P. v. Trustaff Management

Case Details Client was a nurse. In 2011, a patient kicked her up against a wall. The client developed back pain with tingling into her legs. The employer argued pre-existing condition and disputed the causation of the client’s injuries. They also claimed that the client was discharged from her employment for cause, denying her right […]

Harrison v. Augusta Healthcare, Inc. and Safety National Casualty Corp. (2013)

Case Details While on the job, the Claimant fell and suffered back, pelvis, and sacroiliac injuries. Results In this case, a lump sum settlement was obtained for the client in the total amount of $200,000.00. Payment of all medical treatment for injuries from the initial date of the injury through the date of the settlement […]

Henry v. Page County Schools and Va. Assoc. of Counties Group Self-Ins. Risk Pool (2013)

Case Details The Claimant suffered broken ribs, shattered vertebrae and back, right and left upper extremity injuries, and left lower extremity injuries when he fell through an auditorium ceiling while on the job. Results HammondTownsend secured a lump sum settlement of $245,000.00 for injuries suffered by this client. Additionally, payment was obtained for all related […]

Horton v. Southern Auto Supply and Wausau Ins. Co. (2009)

Case DetailsOur client injured his shoulder on the job and underwent surgery to correct a torn rotator cuff.  His treating surgeon determined that he would have a 23% permanent impairment rating to his arm.  The claim was accepted and an award for temporary total disability benefits was entered. ResultsSince client was eligible for Medicare, part of […]

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