Cook v. G Tech Corporation

Case Details

In November 2010, this client injured his neck at work when he picked up a piece of plywood to place on a saw and felt something pop in his neck. The claim was previously accepted by the employer and insurer as a cervical disc injury, which is essentially the neck. Despite the compensability of the claim, payment of wage loss, and payment of medical bills, all parties agreed a full and final lump sum settlement would be in the client’s best interest.


HammondTownsend attorneys were able to settle the entire case for $125,000.00 and also secure the payment of medical bills past and present until the final approval of the settlement documents by the Virginia Workers’ Compensation Commission.

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