A serious collision on I-74 in Knox County involved a defendant driving the wrong way on the interstate and striking a family in a mini-van.
Komatsu denied that a labral tear in the shoulder joint was related to cumulative job activites as a welder.
Our client injured her shoulder while bracing her arm on the dashboard in anticipation of an impact.
Our client suffered an injury that resulted in a amputation of a finger.
A 47 year old truck driver sustained neurological injuries as a result of a crash.
Recent post AMA impairment changes arbitration yielded a favorable outcome with the arbitrator awarding 15% loss of use of the hands for bilateral carpal tunnel and 15% of the arm for cubital tunnel and lateral epicondylitis.
Distracted driver pays $95,000 for unoperated impingement syndrome.
Defendant pulled out and T-boned client causing vehicle to roll several times. Defendant admitted negligence but fought damages.
A local worker suffered an non-operative elbow fracture that compromised the joint.
A local worker for a Cat supplier sustained an injury that caused traumatically induced CRPS (complex regional pain syndrome).
The boilermaker injured his shoulder requiring surgery. Unfortunately, permanent medical restrictions were placed with the possibility of more surgeries in the future.
The Law office of Chris Doscotch settled an automobile accident case involving an arthroscopic knee surgery case for $127,500.
61 year old truck driver receives settlement of $400,000 for shoulder injury.
Caterpillar denied that a workers shoulder injury while working overhead arose out of his employment.
The IWCC appeals panel reviewed an arbitrator’s denial of a carpal and cubital tunnel claim for an administrative assistant at a local hospital.
Komatsu denied that a welder’s carpal tunnel syndrome was caused by welding activities.
A local company denied a re-do back surgery for their employee. The employer had accepted the case and paid for first back surgery.
A Central Illinois high school student was significantly injured when a farm implement struck the school bus she was riding in.
A 20-foot fall from a roof resulted in serious permanent injuries, requiring multiple surgeries and permanent work restrictions for a 41-year old laborer.
In 2010, a motorcyclist was severely injured when he was struck by a car that failed to yield the right of way.