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

June ’21 – Last Month’s Results: Warnken, LLC Recovered $2,074,514.61 for 46 Injured Clients

Warnken, LLC once again recovered in excess of two million dollars for our injured clients last month. Forty-six cases concluded, either permanently, or, in the case of some workers’ comp cases, for now. Of the 46, four cases resulted in recoveries to the injured client in excess of $100,000.

It’s crucial to remember that no two personal injury, workers’ compensation, or car accident cases are exactly the same.  The injuries, the lost wages, the medicals are just the start of determining the value of a personal injury case.

Our job is to help you recover the most compensation possible for your injuries. We do not promise specific results or specific numbers – no honest lawyer should. However, we promise our best efforts. Also, you don’t pay our fee or expenses, unless you win.

Please see last month’s results below…

  • Body Part(s): Knee
  • Amount: $250,000
  • Plaintiff was belted passenger when involved in a motor vehicle collision. Plaintiff required a revision to a prior total knee replacement.
  • Body Part(s): Ankle
  • Injury: Fracture
  • Amount: $250,000
  • Plaintiff was a passenger in a vehicle involved in a significant motor vehicle collison. Plaintiff was initially hospitalized and underwent surgery for a broken ankle, which was followed by inpatient rehabilitation and then outpatient phyiscal therapy.
  • Body Part(s): Back
  • Injury: Strain/Sprain
  • Amount: $7,679
  • Plaintiff was involved in a motor vehicle collision. Plaintiff was treated with physical therapy.
  • Body Part(s): Back
  • Injury: Strain/Sprain
  • Amount: $11,500
  • Plaintiff was a passenger in a vehicle that hydroplaned and crashed. Plaintiff underwent a course of physical therapy.
  • Body Part(s): Hand
  • Injury: Fracture
  • Amount: $16,100
  • Claimant’s hand got caught in a conveyor belt and resulted in a significant laceration. Claimant was treated with a wound irrigation and debridement procedure, as well as physical therapy.
  • Body Part(s): Head
  • Injury: Post-Traumatic Headaches
  • Amount: $14,230
  • Claimant was unloading product when a package fell on Claimant’s head and neck. Claimant was treated with occupational therapy and medication.
  • Body Part(s): Hand
  • Injury: Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
  • Amount: $8,000
  • Claimant was working as a landscaper and sustained traumatic carpal tunnel as a result of using a weed whacker. Claimant returned for treatment due to worsening symptoms and was treated with a carpal tunnel release procedure.
  • Body Part(s): Shoulder
  • Injury: Rotator Cuff Tear
  • Amount: $26,400
  • Claimant was working as a housekeeper removing laundry and sustained injury to the shoulder. Claimant underwent surgery, physical therapy, and work hardening.
  • Body Part(s): Shoulder
  • Injury: Right rotator cuff tear, osteoarthritis left knee, cervical radiculopathy
  • Amount: $38,325
  • Claimant was getting into van when they slipped and grabbed the wheel, injuring the right knee and left shoulder. Treatment consisted of injections, physical therapy, and medications
  • Body Part(s): Head
  • Injury: Cervicalgia of occipito-atlanto-axial region, headache, occipital neuritis
  • Amount: $160,000
  • Our client was involved in a car accident. Treatment consisted of neuro, injections, vestibular therapy, ENT, neuro-psych,
  • Body Part(s): Back
  • Injury: Lumbar strain
  • Amount: $32,000
  • Claimant injured back after bending over to pick up heavy product. Treatment consisted of injections, physical therapy and medications
  • Body Part(s): Knee
  • Injury: Tear of lateral meniscus left knee, PTSD, MDD, thoracic strain
  • Amount: $49,476
  • Claimant was assaulted by student. Treatment consisted of surgery, physical therapy, psychotherapy, and medications.
  • Body Part(s): Back
  • Injury: Lumbosacral sprain, disc protrusion at T12-L1, L50S1
  • Amount: $28,750
  • Claimant injured back while operating jack hammer and picking up concrete. Treatment consisted of physical therapy, injections, and medications.
  • Body Part(s): Psych
  • Injury: PTSD with depressive symptoms
  • Amount: $54,750
  • Claimant was robbed at gun point. Treatment consisted of psychotherapy, desensitization therapy, and medications.
  • Body Part(s): Shoulder
  • Injury: Left rotator cuff tear, bicipital tendonitis
  • Amount: $46,500
  • Claimant fell off side of truck onto their left side, injuring the left shoulder. Treatment consisted of surgery, physical therapy and medications.
  • Body Part(s): Shoulder
  • Injury: Rotator cuff tear, bursitis/tendonitis of sholder
  • Amount: $35,340
  • Claimant injured their right shoulder after swinging a sledgehammer. Treatment consisted of surgery, physical therapy, and work hardening.
  • Body Part(s): Shoulder
  • Injury: Rotator cuff syndrome , labral tear
  • Amount: $13,090
  • Claimant was shaking out rebar when they injured their shoulder. Treatment consisted of physical therapy, injections,
  • Body Part(s): Back
  • Injury: Strain
  • Amount: $9,350
  • Claimant was involved in a motor vehicle collision while working. Claimant was seen treating with therapy for physical and mental health injuries.
  • Body Part(s): Right Hand
  • Injury: Multiple contusions and abrasions
  • Amount: $4,500
  • Claimant injured hand while subduing a resisting suspect. Claimant was seen at urgent care for the injury sustained.
  • Body Part(s): Shoulder
  • Injury: Labrum tear
  • Amount: $25,000
  • Claimant was involved in a golf cart collision while working. Claimant underwent physical therapy for the shoulder injury before being released for pre-injury employment.
  • Body Part(s): Head
  • Injury: Open wound that required surgery to remove plates
  • Amount: $409,277
  • Claimant was struck in the head with a heavy object thrown by a co-worker, which caused a wound. The wound became infected and previously placed plates were removed. Claimant also developed PTSD as a result.
  • Body Part(s): Knee
  • Injury: Closed dislocation of patella
  • Amount: $30,000
  • Claimant sustained injury during physical agility training while in the police academy. Claimant sought urgent care treatment. Months later, claimant returned to care and surgery was recommended.
  • Body Part(s): Shoulder
  • Injury: Labral tear and partial rotator cuff tear
  • Amount: $36,500
  • Claimant sustained injury after lifting heavy objects at work. Claimant underwent shoulder surgery and post-operative therapy before returning to pre-injury employment.
  • Body Part(s): Shoulder
  • Injury: Post-Shoulder Replacement
  • Amount: $63,455
  • Claimant was prying an object loose and sustained injury to the shoulder. Claimant had surgery to repair a torn rotator cuff. Claimant ultimately had shoulder replacement surgery.
  • Body Part(s): Wrist
  • Injury: Finger contracture
  • Amount: $21,835
  • Claimant sustained injury after falling at work. Claimant had surgery on the hand due to finger contracture. Claimant appealed the permanency finding and settled on appeal.
  • Body Part(s): Arm
  • Injury: Comminuted fracture of left humerous
  • Amount: $5,025
  • Claimant reopened claim for additional medical care and was seen by pain management for a consultation.  This was an award from a workers’ compensation reopening, meaning the injured worker had previously received more substantial compensation.
  • Body Part(s): Back
  • Injury: Lumbar strain
  • Amount: $4,525
  • Claimant sustained injury after a heavy object fell at work. Claimant was treated with therapy and was able to return to pre-injury employment
  • Body Part(s): Wrist
  • Injury: Broken wrist
  • Amount: $25,000
  • Claimant fell off of a chair and sustained a broken wrist. Claimant had surgery as a result.
  • Body Part(s): Head
  • Injury: Traumatic brain injury
  • Amount: $20,000
  • Claimant sustained a seizure than was challenged as an “idiopathic” injury. Claim settled in a contested posture.
  • Body Part(s): Ears
  • Injury: Occupational hearing loss
  • Amount: $7,642
  • Claimant sustained occupational hearing loss while working for Bethlehem Steel Corp.
  • Body Part(s): Leg
  • Injury: traumatic injury to the knee
  • Amount: $6,000
  • Claimant struck knee on back of work truck and underwent a period of physical therapy.
  • Body Part(s): Neck
  • Injury: Acute cervical spine strain superimposed on prior fusion
  • Amount: $12,000
  • Claimant reinjured neck while installing tents and tension strap broke. Non-surgical treatment and returned to work for the same employer.
  • Body Part(s): Neck
  • Injury: Right-sided cervical disc herniation at C5-6, C7-T1
  • Amount: $88,767
  • Claimant sustained a herniated disc in the neck while using a jackhammer. After initial care, client underwent a cervical discectomy and fusion from C5-C7. Worker returned to work for the same employer.
  • Body Part(s): lumbar sprain/strain
  • Injury: Back
  • Amount: $11,000
  • Claimant sustained injury lifting and loading boxes of product. Worker underwent a period of therapy and return to work for the same employer.
  • Body Part(s): Hip
  • Injury: Hip labral tear and hip adductor strain
  • Amount: $9,350
  • Claimant fell onto the top of an elevator while doing repairs. Sustained hip tear and received a hip injection and therapy. Worker returned to work for employer but then retired.
  • Body Part(s): Hand
  • Injury: Ganglion cyst and tenosynovitis
  • Amount: $15,000
  • Claimant sustained injury to the wrist when a muffle fell on him from overhead. Diagnosed with cysts and tenosynovectomy. Worker underwent a flexor tenosynovectomy and mass excision surgery. Claimant returned to work with a different employer.
  • Body Part(s): Ankle
  • Injury: Trimalleolar ankle fracture
  • Amount: $36,500
  • Claimant was injured at home in a slip and fall which caused an ankle fracture. Worker underwent an open reductions and internal fixation surgery and one year later and second surgery to remove hardware. Worker continues in pain management and works in the same industry.
  • Body Part(s): Back
  • Injury: Meralgia paresthesia and lumbar and facet joint sprain
  • Amount: $30,000
  • Claimant was helping a patient walk when patient collapsed onto worker. MRI revealed a L4-L5 and L5-S1 disc bulges. Worker was recommended for epidural injections, but found out she was pregnant and all work-related treatment stopped. After pregnancy, worker did not return for medical care. Settlement includes money for PPD and TTD that was terminated due to pregnancy.
  • Body Part(s): Neck
  • Injury: Non-surgical cervical radiculopathy and shoulder impingement syndrome
  • Amount: $26,000
  • Claimant slipped and fell from a ladder while installing drywall. Diagnosed with cervical spondylosis with radiculopathy. Underwent therapy and was recommended for injections, which worker declined. Worker returned to work in same profession.
  • Body Part(s): Arm
  • Injury: Olecranon bursitis
  • Amount: $4,488
  • Client sustained an impact arm injury. Worker received two cortisone injections and returned to work in the same position.
  • Body Part(s): Shoulder
  • Injury: Rotator cuff tear, subscapularis tear, labral tear, biceps tendinopathy
  • Amount: $40,150
  • Claimant sustained a shoulder injury when throwing debris into a dumpster and lost balance. After injections did not solve issue, injured worker underwent a arthroscopic subscapularis repair, rotator cuff repair, subacromial decompression and debridement. Post surgery, the worker returned to work for the Employer.
  • Body Part(s): Shoulder
  • Injury: Total Shoulder Arthroplasty
  • Amount: $9,150
  • Claimant reinjured the shoulder when he slipped and fell on a job site. Worker sustained a recurrent rotator cuff tear and subscapularis tear. Injured worker underwent two surgeries, with the second being a reverse total shoulder arthroplasty. Claimant returned to work with same employer.
  • Body Part(s): Shoulder
  • Injury: SLAP tear
  • Amount: $43,875
  • Claimant was at work changing a resident and sustained a shoulder that required surgery and physical therapy.
  • Body Part(s): Finger
  • Injury: Fracture
  • Amount: $1,339
  • Claimant’s finger got caught in a conveyor belt at work. Claimant’s finger was immobilized and splinted until the fracture healed.
  • Body Part(s): Hand
  • Injury: Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
  • Amount: $13,090
  • Claimant developed traumatic carpal tunnel syndrome as a result of working with a nail gun. Claimant underwent a CTS release followed by physical therapy.
  • Body Part(s): Leg
  • Injury: Fracture
  • Amount: $23,556
  • Claimant was working in construction when a pipe that was under pressure shifted and crushed the Claimant’s leg. The injury required surgery and then physical therapy.