Category Archives: Case Results
Workers’ compensation case. Crush injury to dominant extremity resulting in reflex sympathetic dystrophy.
Trip and fall accident sustaining back injuries and psychiatric treatment
Our client was a truck driver who was involved in a work related accident when his truck rolled over seriously injuring his back and neck. The Employer/Carrier denied he was permanently disabled but the workers’ compensation judge disagreed and awarded permanent total disability.
Our client was a truck driver who was in a work related accident where she suffered a compressed vertebrae and knee injuries. We claimed permanent total disability while our client was primarily treating with a pain management physician. The workers’ compensation carrier denied permanent disability.
Our client was a delivery driver who injured his leg and knee while falling at work. The Employer/Carrier denied the entire claim and fired our client for what they claimed to be a misrepresentation during the course of reporting the claim.
Our client was a firefighter for numerous years when he suffered from chemical bronchitis and respiratory injuries after a brush fire. We claimed permanent total disability which the Employer denied.
Our client was a sales person who was pressured by a senior executive to enter into a sexual relationship. After the executive continued his pursuit over an extended period, our client did briefly engage in a relationship but later sought to end the relationship. She was terminated shortly after ending the relationship.
Our client was a retail clerk/associate who was a long term employee earning higher wages than many of his co-employees. After several years of favorable performance evaluations the Defendant claimed our client was not meeting expectations and he was placed on a Performance Improvement Plan (PIP). He was subsequently terminated after the PIP term… Read More »
Our client was a factory worker who injured his neck and back in a work related accident. The Employer obtained extensive surveillance of our client in his yard and garden and claimed he was no longer disabled despite his injuries.
Our client was an administrative assistant who was fired shortly after returning to work following leave due to a work related accident. The Defendant initially denied accommodation requests and later agreed to permit our client to return to modified duty. Shortly thereafter the Defendant terminated our client claiming the position was eliminated unrelated to… Read More »