As the end of summer approached, Corey Pollard was working hard to help injured workers across Virginia obtain fair recoveries. We know that every penny and every medical treatment matters when you’re trying to recover from a workplace accident and make ends meet. In August 2017 Corey Pollard resolved, either permanently or with an intermediate award providing benefits, more than 15 cases and recovered close to $500,000 plus medical expenses for injured workers. We work hard on behalf of injured workers.

 

Body Part: Shoulder

Award: All medical treatment and closed period of temporary total disability benefits covering all days of work missed

Description: Worker injured shoulder in a slip and fall while refilling work truck at a gas station. Treatment included surgery, physical therapy, and pain management.

 

Body Part: Eye

Amount: $80,000.00 plus payment of medical treatment through the date of settlement.

Description: A foreign object flew into worker’s eye.

 

Body Part: Ankle

Award: Payment of two surgeries and temporary total disability benefits for time missed from work

Description: Worker dropped a heavy box on foot and ankle.

 

Medical Condition: PTSD

Award: Lifetime medical benefits

Description: Worker was diagnosed with PTSD after discovering an inmate had hung himself.

 

Medical Condition: Knee injury/meniscus tear

Award: $29,000.00 (in addition to payment of medical benefits and voluntary TTD payments)

Description: A heavy piece of fence struck the worker in the knee.

 

Body Part: Shoulder injury/rotator cuff tear

Award: $90,000.00 (in addition to payment of medical benefits)

Description: The employee, a social worker, suffered a shoulder injury when another person swung a door into her.

 

Body Part: Both hands and both wrists

Award: Continuation of temporary total disability benefits

Description: The worker injured both hands and both wrists in a car accident.

 

Body Part: Back/Degenerative Disc Disease in Lumbar Spine

Award: $30,000.00 (in addition to payment of medical expenses and a prior period of TTD benefits)

Description: This warehouse worker was injured while catching a falling tote.

 

Body Part: Ankle

Award: $15,000.00+ for permanent partial disability

Description: This nurse injured an ankle in a slip and fall accident.

 

Body Part: Back/Left herniated disk L5-S1

Amount: $40,000.00 (in addition to receiving wage loss benefits since the accident and payment of medical treatment)

Description: The worker suffered a back injury while lifting a heavy item.

 

Body Part: Shoulder

Amount: $15,000.00+ for permanent partial disability

Description: The worker suffered a shoulder injury while lifting a heavy item.

 

Body Part: Hand

Amount $3,000.00+ for permanent partial disability

Description: The worker suffered a laceration while using a hand tool

 

Body Part: Wrist

Amount: $70,000.00 (in addition to prior TTD benefits and the payment of medical expenses)

Description: The worker’s wrist gave out while lifting a heavy item.

 

Body Part: Knee and leg

Award: Open award for temporary total disability benefits and payment of lifetime medical expenses

Description: The worker suffered a leg injury while pushing against a wall to get leverage to move a heavy object

 

Body Part: Hand and wrist

Award: $103,000.00+ (in addition to the payment of multiple surgeries and prior TTD benefits)

Description: The worker suffered a wrist fracture after losing his balance and falling

 

Read more about our workers compensation attorney and Social Security disability lawyer Corey Pollard. We’re here to answer all your questions and to help you negotiate a fair workers compensation settlement.

 

You can also check out our Virginia Workers Compensation Frequently Asked Questions to learn more about protecting your rights.

 

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