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

More than $500,000 Recovered Last Month for Injured Clients

Warnken, LLC recovered more than $500,000 between indemnity money for injured workers and funds for other personal injury victims.  Some of those cases can be found below, still others can be found here.

  • Injury: Cervical strain, left shoulder strain, hand contusion
  • Body Part: Neck, shoulder, hand
  • Amount: $3,575.00
  • Claimant was injured when he was involved in a motor vehicle collision while at work. He was treated conservatively with medication and physical therapy.
  • Injury: Complex tear of the lateral meniscus
  • Body Part: Right knee
  • Amount: $30,000.00
  • Claimant was injured when she tripped and fell while at work landing on her knee. She underwent surgical repair for her injuries, followed by therapy and injections.
  • Injury: Concussion, post concussion syndrome, bilateral carpal tunnel syndrome
  • Body Part: Head, right arm and wrist, left arm and wrist
  • Amount: $55,000.00
  • Claimant was injured when he walked into a glass wall that he did not see. There was a brief loss of consciousness and he was treated for a concussion. He also underwent surgical repair of the traumatic carpal tunnel syndrome that developed.
  • Injury: Distal biceps rupture
  • Body Part: Right arm
  • Amount: $17,500.00
  • Claimant was injured when he was carrying a heavy object and ruptured his biceps. He underwent surgical repair to his biceps and therapy.
  • Injury: Right ankle fracture status post ORIF, status post syndesmotic screw removal
  • Body Part: Right ankle
  • Amount: $75,000.00
  • Claimant was injured after falling and breaking his ankle. He underwent surgical repair of the ankle that required placement of screws, which were later removed in a subsequent surgery.
  • Injury: Cancer
  • Body Part: Skin
  • Amount: Undisclosed
  • Claimant developed cancer due to exposures on the job. Claimant fortunately made a full recovery. Some jobs have presumptions that the particular occupational disease is related to the employment. This is one of those examples.
  • Injury: Cervicothoracic strain
  • Body part: neck and upper back
  • Amount: Undisclosed
  • Claimant was injured while lifting heavy boxes at work.
  • Injury: Herniated discs from L3-S1 and bulging discs of the cervical spine
  • Body Part: Neck and back
  • Injury: L3-S1 disk herniations
  • Body part: Back
  • Amount: $222,000.00
  • Claimant injured his back while at work. He was unable to return to pre-injury employment following a 4-level fusion.
  • Injury: Torn rotator cuff, fracture pelvis
  • Body Part: Pelvis, shoulder
  • Amount: $49,500.00
  • Claimant was involved in a motor vehicle collision that caused her to fracture her pelvis and tear her rotator cuff. She underwent surgical repair to each body part.
  • Injury: Laceration with superficial nerve damage at base of thumb
  • Body Part: Right hand
  • Amount: $6,262.50
  • Claimant was injured with a knife while at work. Claimant was given stitches and needed to undergo physical therapy.