Client had a severely fractured ankle and developed chronic regional pain syndrome following his surgeries. This personal injury case settled for $1 million, plus a $275,000 worker’s compensation settlement.
Federal case against Veteran’s Administration for medical malpractice at V.A. Medical Center. Initial offer of $30,000 prior to filing suit.
Client’s injuries caused by two defendants and required recovery of both liability and uninsured motorist coverages under four separate policies. Coverage and damages issues were contested and required litigation. Final result was recovery of full available limits under all policies.
Client’s injury caused by single defendant, whose liability coverage limit was recovered. Additional recovery required identifying coverage available for client under two other policies to obtain full settlement value.
Policy limit recovery for bicycle accident.
Contested claim for mild brain injury and shoulder injury.
Full and final settlement for police officer injured in training accident.
Contested back and hip claim with disputed wages.
Coverage for compensability of claim contested. Impairment rating and wages also contested. Medicare set-aside reduction for calculation of future medical costs required after mediation.
Ankle fracture with impairment following surgery.
Coverage denied for surgical treatment, travel expenses and future medical costs. Impairment rating for disability contested.
Hampton Injury Law offers prospective clients the opportunity to discuss their case with the Hampton Injury Law legal team in a free initial consultation. Because of the limited duration of these consultations, prospective clients are advised to bring with them written questions, pictures, settlement offers, and/or medical bills and records so that the Hampton Injury Law team can provide the most personalized and helpful advice.
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