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  • $2,000,000.00+

    Workers’ Compensation

    Our client was a construction worker who sustained a significant fall on the job. He was diagnosed with a closed head injury. Catastrophic case. Lifetime medical and attendant care issues.

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  • $1,850,000.00

    Workers’ Compensation

    Our client sustained multiple injuries on the job. He is a functioning paraplegic with RSD. Catastrophic workers' compensation case.

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  • $1,500,000.00

    Workers’ Compensation

    Our client was a truck driver who fell off his vehicle injuring back, neck and shoulder. Multiple surgeries. Attendant care. Psychological issues.

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  • $567,120.00

    Workers’ Compensation

    Our client was a sales manager who sustained a lower back injury while on the job. This was deemed a catastrophic case by the State Board of Workers Compensation.
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  • $555,000.00

    Workers’ Compensation

    Mr. Hansford recently settled a Georgia workers' compensation case for an injured worker who sustained a below-the-knee amputation among other injuries as a result of a significant job injury. This claim was deemed catastrophic. The client underwent more than ten surgeries as a result of this catastrophic accident. This Georgia workers' comp case has been going on for over 10 years, and he was 65 years old.
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  • $400,000.00

    Workers’ Compensation

    Ala WC case – Our client was a Hispanic male sustained a closed head injury among other injuries suffering a fall as an electrician.
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  • $400,000.00

    Workers’ Compensation

    Our client was a Hispanic male who sustained a below the knee amputation when his leg was caught in wood chipper working for a tree service.
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  • $375,000.00

    Workers’ Compensation

    Mr. Hansford represented this Cobb County worker who sustained a very significant back injury on the job. He underwent two surgical procedures, and Mr. Hansford was fighting for his claim to be deemed catastrophic prior to settlement. The initial offer of settlement in this case was $15,000 over two years ago.
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  • $350,000.00

    Workers’ Compensation

    Our client was attempting to install ceiling-mounted fire alarms when he stepped back into an open elevator shaft. He initially tried to prevent fall by holding onto a cable causing multiple abrasions to his left hand before losing his grip. He then fell approximately three stories landing on the base of the elevator shaft.
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  • $250,000.00

    Workers’ Compensation

    Mr. Hansford represented this Cobb County worker who sustained a very significant back injury on the job. He underwent two procedures and Mr. Hansford was fighting for his claim to be deemed catastrophic prior to settlement.
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  • $250,000.00

    Workers’ Compensation

    Our client was a minor league hockey player who sustained a closed head injury while playing a hockey match when he was hit by a hockey stick.
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  • $245,000.00

    Workers’ Compensation

    Our Georgia workers' compensation client was injured while performing landscape work that involved repetitive bending and twisting. As he removed materials from the truck and planted multiple rows of plants, he made a twist to turn to the right and felt a sharp pain in his low back that radiated to his right leg. He underwent multiple back surgeries under workers' compensation.
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  • $230,000.00

    Workers’ Compensation

    Nate Hansford represented a Bosnian speaking client who struck his head on a metal pole from a bent–over position while lifting a pallet of product. This triggered multiple seizures causing him to fall on the job injuring his shoulder and back. He was diagnosed with anxiety, depression, cognitive impairment, PTSD, right shoulder injury, brain injury and intractable complex partial seizures.
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  • $213,120.00

    Workers’ Compensation

    Our client sustained severe injuries to his bilateral heels and feet when he fell from a ladder and landed directly on his feet. He also hit his head on the ground.
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  • $211,219.00

    Workers’ Compensation

    Our client sustained extensive injuries to his right knee as a result of his on the job injury. He had to have surgery and extensive treatment.
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  • $200,000.00

    Workers’ Compensation

    Our client injured his face and right leg, elbow, shoulder, neck, and body when he fell 25 feet while hooking a cable to an elevator. He was diagnosed with a traumatic brain injury. Multiple surgeries were needed.
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  • $195,000.00

    Workers’ Compensation

    Our office represented a client who fell off a roof while inspecting after Hurricane Katrina. He suffered injuries to his head, neck, both knees, left and right upper extremities and psychological injuries. He received medical and income benefits under Alabama law.
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  • $185,000.00

    Workers’ Compensation

    Our client sustained a severe injuries to her neck, back, and arm while on the job. She underwent invasive surgery.
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