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Warnken, LLC Attorneys at Law, Attorneys & Lawyers, Pikesville, MD

July 2014 Workers’ Compensation and Personal Injury Cases

In July, Warnken, LLC recovered $132,127 for injured workers in Maryland.  Though no two cases are the same, and past successes on behalf of clients do not necessarily mean success in your case, we take pride in representing workers’ compensation clients with passion and zeal.  See more about our workers’ compensation practice.  Please call us if we can help you.  If you are an attorney, please feel free to contact us.  We have relationships with attorneys throughout the country and we can help your clients in their compensation cases, whether or not you may be handling the third-party aspects.

The cases below are just the cases that had an award in July.  We handle all manner of workers’ compensation cases and injuries.

  • Injury: Chronic lumbar strain
  • Body Part: Back
  • Amount: $17,710.00
  • Claimant was in a motor vehicle accident and sustained an injury to his back. Claimant was treated with conservative treatment only and did not have any injections or surgery. The above settlement only represents the workers’ comp recovery.


  • Injury: Paresthetica as a result of use of gun belt
  • Body Part: Right hip
  • Amount: $8,250.00
  • Claimant is a police officer who developed a condition to his right hip from wearing his gun belt.


  • Injury: Cervical and lumbar strain with aggravation of pre-existing chronic cervical strain
  • Body Part: Neck & Back
  • Amount: $22,000.00
  • Claimant was involved in a single-vehicle accident, resulting in injuries to his back and neck. He had multiple prior injuries to the neck and back. He was treated conservatively for his injuries and was able to return to work very soon after the accident.


  • Injury: Left arm crush injury
  • Body Part: Left arm
  • Amount: $1,037.00
  • Claimant sustained a crush injury to the left arm while at work. Claimant visited the emergency room for the work related injuries sustained.


  • Injury: Patellar tendinitis
  • Body Part: Right knee
  • Amount: $11,880.00
  • Claimant is a public safety employee who injured his knee during physical training. He was treated conservatively with bracing and physical therapy and was able to return to work.


  • Injury:   Minor sprain of right knee
  • Body Part: Right knee
  • Amount: $5,000.00
  • Claimant sustained a sprain to the right knee while doing training exercises.


  • Injury: Post-concussive syndrome, cervical strain, lumbar strain, sprain of left ankle, sprain of left wrist
  • Body Part: Head, Back, Left ankle, left arm
  • Amount: $60,000.00
  • Claimant sustained injuries that prevented him from working for an extended period of time. He sustained permanent injuries that rose to the level of serious disability.


  • Injury: Right lateral epicondylitis
  • Body Part: Right arm
  • Amount: $6,250.00
  • The Workers’ Compensation Commission found that the new injury was work-related and that a second surgery was necessary. The Employer/Insurer appealed to the Circuit Court, and the parties settled before trial.