An 18-year old construction worker was struck in the head by a heavy piece of equipment while on the job.
Claimant is a 42 year old quadriplegic as a result of a fall from a second story balcony. He required 24/7 home health care which was being provided by the workers’ compensation carrier.
The claimant was operating a front end loader trash truck when it was struck head on by a large dump truck. As result of that accident the claimant suffered severe injuries including traumatic brain injury, broken sternum, broken clavicle, broken ribs, scalp laceration, ear laceration, concussion and a spinal cord injury.
While working at a trade show out of state in 2005, the claimant suffered a hernia while lifting boxes. The client came to Reinhardt Harper Davis in 2008 for help because the worker’s compensation carrier was denying his claim for lost wages. Because of complications of the hernia mesh repair resulting in nerve entrapment and constant ongoing pain, the claimant had multiple surgeries and procedures to attempt to eliminate and reduce the pain.
In a tragic and truly heart-wrenching case, our client was a young Mexican immigrant who had only recently obtained his work permit.
Our client, who was a supervisor for a commercial roofing company, was struck from behind by a van operated by an employee of a HVAC service company while driving his employer’s king cab pick-up.
The 75-year old plaintiff was struck from behind at a high rate of speed by a full size pick-up truck after he slowed for backed up traffic.
While stopped at a stop light, our client was struck from behind by another vehicle driven at a high rate of speed by a driver who had lost consciousness due to a medical issue.
Our client worked for a private contractor hired to transport mail for the U.S. Postal service.
The claimant, who was the owner of a company that provided maintenance services to commercial entities, suffered a severe traumatic brain injury with multi-lobe cerebral hemorrhage following a fall from a ladder.
The claimant was operating an asphalt cutter when the excavator backed up over his legs amputating both legs about mid-calf.
Our 50 year old client was driving a water truck in a convoy of vehicles for a large paving company when the defendant ran a stop sign and pulled out in front of him.
Our client suffered a traumatic amputation to his left arm while operating a machine at a production facility on June 24, 2008.
The client was a 35 year old gentleman who injured his hands/ wrists in a work accident.
The claimant was injured in a work accident September 29, 2000.
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