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Last Month’s Workers’ Comp Recoveries for Injured Workers

Below is just a sampling of the workers’ compensation cases that Warnken, LLC either temporarily or fully and finally settled in November 2017. Injury: Shoulder impingement and cervical strain Body Part: Shoulder and neck Amount: $60,000.00 Claimant was injured after attempting to stop a heavy object from falling. Claimant underwent arthroscopic surgery to the shoulder […]

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Byron B. Warnken Quoted in the Baltimore Sun Regarding Workers’ Compensation

Warnken, LLC owner and managing attorney was quoted in the Baltimore Sun in a story that ran on December 8, 2017 regarding the death of Baltimore Detective Sean Suiter.  The Sun sought the firm’s expertise in explaining the workers’ compensation process in Maryland.  The conversation with the reporter lasted about 15 minutes, though the quote […]

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Rebecca Smith Wins Another Jury Trial

Warnken, LLC attorney Rebecca Smith won a jury trial in Baltimore City on November 27, 2017.  Her win was even sweeter because it was on behalf of a law enforcement officer – this time a member of the Baltimore Police Department. Rebecca’s client was an injured police officer, hurt in September 2015 while working for […]

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October 2017 Case Conclusions

Below is a sampling of Warnken, LLC’s October 2017 case conclusions – either full and final settlements or PPD awards.  In all cases below, the settlement represented the injured parties indemnity money in a workers’ compensation case.  This means that it’s money designed to compensate the injured worker for loss of function and use of […]

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A Sample of Our September 2017 Case Conclusions

Below is just a sampling of Warnken’s recoveries for September 2017.  We are personal injury and workers’ compensation lawyers serving the state of Maryland.  You can find more of our results on Matt Grogan’s website, www.baltimorecomplawyer.com. Please remember, no two cases are exactly alike and success in one case doesn’t necessarily mean success in your […]

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August Recoveries in Personal Injury and Workers’ Compensation

In the summer doldrums, Warnken, LLC was working hard to obtain recoveries for injured workers.  Even cases that other personal injury lawyers would not think are “big” or “important,” we recognize represent peoples’ lives and are deserving of attention and great effort.  In August, Warnken, LLC wrapped up, permanently, or with an intermediate award, more […]

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July 2017 Verdicts and Settlements

Below is a sampling of nearly 20 personal injury cases handled by Warnken, LLC.  Though this was not all of Warnken, LLC’s personal injury and workers’ compensation cases, it does make up the bulk of the case conclusions for July of 2017 at the Firm. All of these cases reached either a temporary conclusion or […]

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June 2017 Case Conclusions

Below is a list of Warnken, LLC’s permanent or temporary case conclusions for June 2017. This consists of a mix of workers’ compensation cases and personal injury cases.  It’s important to recognize that success in one particular case does not necessarily mean success in your case.  Every case is different, and the value of the […]

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May 2017 – More than $596,000 recovered for the injured

Below is a list of Warnken, LLC cases that were brought to final conclusion or received a permanent partial disability award in May 2017.  This totaled 22 awards listed below, not including ones that must remain confidential.  The cases below total $596,140 in recoveries in personal injury cases, including workers’ compensation cases. Please understand, every […]

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April 2017 Verdicts, Settlements, Case Conclusions, and Awards

As you can see from the below list of more than 30 cases brought to some kind of permanent or temporary conclusion last month at Warnken, LLC, no two personal injury cases are the same.  Every case has different variables – every person is different, every injury different, employers/work situations are different, etc.  Past results […]

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