Case Studies : Workers' Compensation

Knee Injury

Don’t settle without speaking to an attorney

Juanita worked for a local hotel doing maintenance work. She tripped over an extension cord and broke her leg. After a course of conservative therapy – injections, physical therapy, etc. – she needed … Read More

How Much Can An Employer Modify A Job?

Modified Return to Work

Elijah was an over-the-road driver for a major furniture company. He traveled all over the United States delivering truckloads of furniture. Although not at every stop Elijah often had to assist with the unloading. Elijah made … Read More

Do State Claims Get Denied More Frequently?

State Employee Has Trouble With Corvel

Maria was a surveyor for the Department of Transportation. She was staking out an area for roadwork when she slipped and fell down the embankment. She immediately felt awful pain in her left knee. … Read More

Trucker Injured Out of State

Out of State Injuries

Keith is an over-the-road truck driver. While he lived in North Carolina, his employer was based in Mississippi. He was hired in North Carolina. Unfortunately, Keith sustained an on-the-job back injury while picking up a load … Read More

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