$2.97 Million

Net to Client
Work Related Accident: Injuries resulting in a leg amputation

$1.04 Million

Net to Client
Work Related Accident: Fractured leg, arm and other bodily injuries

$450 Thousand

Net to Client
Work Related Injury: Serious injury to the hand

$367 Thousand

Net to Client
Truck Accident: Crash resulting in death

$260 Thousand

Net to Client
Work Related Accident: Burns to the arm and body

$167 Thousand

Net to Client
Medical Negligence: Negligent administration of medication

$106 Thousand

Net to Client
Truck Accident: Injuries resulting in the driver’s wrongful death

$96 Thousand

Net to Client
Jones Act Work Related Injury: Injuries to lower back from use of faulty equipment

$90 Thousand

Net to Client
Truck Accident: Crash resulting in death of Motorcycle driver

$62 Thousand

Net to Client
Car Accident: Knee injury from impact to console

$52 Thousand

Net to Client
Work Related Accident: Back injury resulting from lifting a heavy load

$48 Thousand

Net to Client
Car Accident: Injuries to head, face and body

$37 Thousand

Net to Client
Work Related Accident: Injuries to lower back from lifting patient

$28 Thousand

Net to Client
Car Accident: Injuries to head and neck

$20 Thousand

Net to Client
Pedestrian Accident: Injuries to knees and body

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    $2.97 Million

    Work Related Accident

    $1.04 Million

    Work Related Accident

    $450 Thousand

    Work Related Injury

    $367 Thousand

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