Verdicts & Settlements
Warnken, LLC attorneys have obtained nearly 1000 verdicts, awards, and settlements on behalf of our clients. Each month, we publish a sampling of these results in the successes section of our blog.
Every success we have for a client is important to us. Below are some of our larger dollar success…
$998,200 – Workers’ Compensation Commission Award
Obviously, an exceedingly serious workers’ compensation injury. The award represented $300,000 in indemnity and the remainder in an MSA to cover future medical expenses.
$323,628 – Workers’ Compensation Commission Award
After a multi-year protracted case before the Maryland Workers’ Compensation Commission, Warnken, LLC obtained the award. The claimant suffered injury to multiple body parts and was unable to return to work.
$234,765 – Workers’ Compensation Commission Award
This substantial permanent partial disability award came on behalf of an injured worker who had hurt his shoulder, arm, and other body parts and was deemed to be 50% disabled by the Maryland Workers’ Compensation Commission.
$222,000 – Workers’ Compensation Commission Award
This award was obtained on behalf of an injured worker who required a four level fusion in his back – a substantial impairment to his life.
$182,786 – Workers’ Compensation Settlement
This was a settlement of a workers’ compensation appeal after a successful result before the Commission. The injured worker had multiple physical injuries.
$162,832 – Workers’ Compensation Temporary Total Disability
Our client came to us from another attorney who had not obtained temporary total disability (wage replacement) on his behalf. We fought to get this compensation and were successful.
Confidential – Seay v. General Motors, et. al.: Wrongful Termination
Confidential settlement resolved by mutual agreement of the parties. Case stemmed from an original action in the Circuit Court for Baltimore City, wherein a jury awarded $500,000.
$1,788,000 – Personal Injury Verdict: Small v. Mass Transit Administration
Warnken, LLC served as appellate counsel in this Baltimore City case. The plaintiff sustained serious personal injuries with significant past and future medical bills.
Confidential – Bowie v. State of Maryland, et. al.: Wrongful Death Settlement
Warnken, LLC represented the family of an inmate in the Maryland Division of Correction. The complaint filed against various defendants alleged multiple instances of negligence.
Confidential – Mirchandani v. Colonial Manor Apts, et al.: Personal Injury Settlement
Warnken, LLC represented a woman injured in an explosion on Maryland’s Eastern Shore.
$500,000 – Personal Injury Verdict: Carol Frank v. Courtsquare, LLC, et al.
Warnken, LLC served as additional counsel in this Baltimore City case. The case was filed in 2003 with a disposition date of late 2004.
Confidential – Vaclavik v. Loyola College in Maryland.: Failure to Provide Adequate Security
Warnken, LLC client sustained personal injuries. Warnken, LLC filed suit in 2000 against the college for failure to provide securtiy. The case was settled after a year and a half of litigation.
Confidential – Augustyniak, et al v. Tennant, et al.: Wrongful Death
Warnken, LLC client died as the result of car accident. Warnken, LLC filed suit. The lawsuit was settled under confidential terms.
$21,000,000 – Norfleet v. Harbor Hospital: Birth Injury Verdict
Warnken, LLC served as primary appellate counsel in one the largest birth injury verdicts in Maryland’s history. The verdict was affirmed on appeal.
Confidential – Spalt v. Mercy Medical Center: Medical Malpractice Settlement
Warnken, LLC brought suit against Mercy Medical Center for negligence. The settlement was confidential.
$4,129,000 – A1 Roofing, Inc. v. Gale Associates: Business Tort Verdict
Warnken, LLC served as additional counsel and as primary appellate counsel in a significant judgment in the Circuit Court for Baltimore City. The case was originally filed in 1997 and concluded in 2000.
Confidential – Confidential v. Confidential: Significant Property Damage
Warnken, LLC settled a case for a significant sum on behalf of a client whose home was irreparably damaged by a contractor.