Total settlement amount for client who lost his arm at a sawmill. He was a temporary worker who had insufficient safety training prior to operating equipment. $540,000 for Worker’s Compensation claim; $325,000 for Personal Injury claim against the sawmill; $250,000 for Personal Injury claim against the safety company involved; $2.4 million for Medicare set-aside for client’s future medical needs/treatment as result of this catastrophic injury.
Case involved a tractor-trailer accident on I-16. Our client was a school bus monitor. Total settlement amount. $915,000 - Personal Injury settlement; $494,925 - Worker’s Compensation settlement; $335,734 - Medicare set-aside for future medical treatment. Tractor-trailer hit her school bus as it was traveling at 55mph on I-16. Thankfully, there were no students on the bus at the time of the accident. Client suffered injuries which caused incomplete paraplegia.
Our client was employed by a pool maintenance company and was injured in a car accident while on the job. Client suffered traumatic brain injury as well as multiple other serious injuries requiring long-term physical rehabilitation.
Total settlement :$224, 603 - Worker’s Compensation - worker fell on the job causing need for knee surgery and physical rehabilitation. $533,433 Medicare set-aside for future medical treatment due to injury.
Our client suffered a brain injury after tripping over a barricade while on the job. Total settlement:$408,217 – Worker’s Compensation – $91,783 Medicare set-aside for future medical treatment required due to injury.
Our client tripped on a walkway while on the job and suffered a non-surgical injury. Injury caused need for client to modify her residence to accommodate her needs due to injury. Total settlement: $280,000 – Worker’s Compensation settlement – Case was deemed “catastrophic.” $173,201 -Medicare set-aside for future medical treatment due to injury.
Our client was delivering electrical supplies to a construction site when another subcontractor negligently dropped a concrete pumping hose onto his head from the second floor which knocked him to the ground causing him pain in his head, neck and back.
Our client, a municipal employee, was injured when a car hit him as he was working as a trash collector. He suffered traumatic brain injury, neck, back, and shoulder injuries, requiring surgical treatment and rehabilitation.
Just settled a case against employer where a client suffered was cleaning UV light bulbs at work and had flash burns in his eyes.
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Located in Macon, GA, the law firm of Powers Law Group represents clients throughout Georgia,
including, but not limited to the cities of Macon, Warner Robins, Milledgeville, Perry, Fort Valley, Centerville, Byron, Forsyth, Gray, Dublin, Cochran, Roberta and Lizella.
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