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More than $1 Million Recovered for the Injured in April ($1,153,636.20)

Warnken, LLC is proud to have recovered more than $1M for the injured last month.  ($1,153,636.20.) We brought twenty-four cases to either permanent conclusion or conclusion for now in April 2019.  Please see our results for specific cases below.  Please also remember that success in one case does not guarantee success in another case, and […]

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Trampoline Park Injuries

Warnken, LLC is pursuing injury cases against trampoline parks.  These cases have many hurdles to success, not the least of which are waivers with exculpatory clauses and arbitration clauses.  However, these cases must be pursued.  They must be pursued because trampoline (“jump”) parks are simply too dangerous.  Pursuing negligence and gross negligence on the part […]

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$973,743.30 Recovered for the Injured in March 2019

As always, please understand that just because a certain result was achieved in one case, doesn’t necessarily mean you will get the same for your case.  The only way to truly find out what your case is exactly worth is to hire a quality personal injury lawyer and go through the process.  Sometimes it’s a […]

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Another Jury Verdict Win!

Congratulations to Matt Grogan and his client on a huge jury verdict win in Baltimore City this morning!  The jury was out for four minutes before returning a verdict that gave the client every single penny our expert said she deserved. Matt’s client sustained a tear of the left distal bicep tendon in a motor […]

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Do Not Mess with Her!

Rebecca Smith wins again.  After getting a great award at the Workers’ Compensation Commission for her client, the employer, Coca-Cola Refreshments USA, appealed the decision to the Circuit Court for Washington County.  After receiving the employer’s appeal, Rebecca cross-appealed, seeking a finding of “perm total.” Depositions were taken.  Extensive preparations were made.  Then, this past […]

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$692,638.68 Recovered for the Injured by Warnken, LLC in February

Warnken, LLC recovered nearly $700,000 in about 30 different cases in February.  These recoveries were from personal injury and workers’ compensation cases, and represent either a final settlement of the claim, or a “for this part of the claim” recovery.  See the list of results below.  Please remember, every workers’ compensation, motor vehicle collision, or personal […]

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Jim Lanier Presents to Members of the Maryland State Bar Association

Last month, Jim Lanier was one of the featured presenters at a Maryland State Bar Association event called “Let’s Get Serious.”  The event was designed to teach other workers’ compensation practitioners how to try a serious disability case before the Maryland Workers’ Compensation Commission. There are numerous factors that go into a workers’ compensation case.  […]

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January 2019 Results – $854,083.16 Recovered for the Injured

Below are the cases that Warnken, LLC concluded, either for now or for good, in the month of January.  The 24 cases totaled $854,083.16 recovered for the injured.  This doesn’t even include vast amounts of wage loss previously recovered in these same cases, nor previous medical benefits secured.  The average recovery per case was $35,586.80.  […]

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Jim Lanier Wins Workers’ Comp Jury Trial in Baltimore City

Another Win from Warnken, LLC! Jim Lanier won a two-day jury trial in Baltimore City on behalf of an injured worker with a very serious knee injury.  The Workers’ Compensation Commission had previously denied medical benefits to the injured worker.  Jim appealed the case on behalf of his client. Legally speaking, the Commission’s decision is […]

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December 2018 Personal Injury and Workers’ Compensation Settlements and Verdicts

Below is a partial list of the cases that concluded, either “for now” or permanently last month at Warnken, LLC.  Please understand two important things.  First, in our view, workers’ compensation never pays enough.  Even numbers you see below like $75,000 or $137,000 are not likely to compensate adequately for the life altering injuries suffered.  […]

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