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 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.
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 client was a 35 year old gentleman who injured his hands/ wrists in a work accident.
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.
The claimant was operating an asphalt cutter when the excavator backed up over his legs amputating both legs about mid-calf.
Our client worked for a private contractor hired to transport mail for the U.S. Postal service.
Our client suffered a traumatic amputation to his left arm while operating a machine at a production facility on June 24, 2008.
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.
The claimant was injured in a work accident September 29, 2000.
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