This case started as a call by a person concerned about the advice they were getting from their current attorney. The call went something like “why is it taking so long to get my surgery approved from worker’s compensation?” After asking a few questions, our attorney learned that not only was the original attorney not following the proper procedures to get the medical procedure approved. But, that attorney was overlooking and not pursuing a more valuable uninsured motorist case.
The client hired attorney Keith Shindler and fired his original attorney.
The first part of the case just settled with an $810,000 value. The uninsured motorist insurance company first offered $0.00.
There is even more good news…there is a substantially more money to come from the pending worker compensation case.
This is a life changing result for our client who had been living out of his for some time then living with different family members. Now, a house for him and his wife is in their future.
When you, a family member or a friend are seriously injured in any type of accident, don’t wait…call the lawyers at Claim Your Justice at 888-88-KEITH.
Case settled for $810,000
The Claim Your Justice client was a construction worker who was injured on a job site. The client suffered a significant knee injury requiring two procedures and the unusual medical technique of growing of cartilage to be inserted in the knee.
The client had been negotiating with the insurance company for more than one year and the highest offer he was given was $25,000. Our attorneys were retained and within two months the offer was double to $50,000.
This case demonstrates the value of hiring an attorney to maximize your recovery. When you or a loved one are seriously injured in a workers compensation case, call the attorneys at Claim Your Justice.
This Claim Your JusticeTM client was driving her passenger car when she was rear ended by a semi. Client suffered a soft tissue injury to her shoulder. Our client suffered a shoulder strain, headaches, and soft tissue neck pain. Client went for physical therapy for six weeks When the client was released from her medical care she had no remaining pain
The injury claim on behalf of our client is for negligence against the semi driver.
Case settled for $110,000
This Claim Your JusticeTM client was driving on a four-lane road which had two lanes in each direction. Our client was injured by a distracted driver who was texting at the time of the accident. The driver that caused the accident collided with the driver’s door of our client’s car. Our client suffered a fractured wrist which required extensive surgery to rebuild the bones in the wrist and then months of physical therapy.
The injury claim on behalf of our client is for negligence against the distracted driver. We are also investigating if the distracted driver was working at the time of the accident. If she was working at the time of the accident as her employer may also be responsible for the claim.
We expect the value of this case will exceed $200,000.
This Claim Your JusticeTM client is a middle school student who was injured during a particular physical education unit. It is our position that our client was essentially forced to participate in this physical education unit that she did not feel she could participate in without being injured. Her fear of getting hurt was communicated to the physical education supervisor and teacher. Regretfully, the physical education teacher required her to participate.
The student was injured and fractured several bones and required surgery to repair these fractures.
The claim here is that the school was negligent in training and supervising their physical education teachers. An additional claim is that the school was negligent in not listening to the plea of the student to not participate in this particular physical education unit.
It is possible that the student will have a slight limp when she walks.
We expect the value of this case will exceed $150,000.
This Claim Your JusticeTM client was at work operating a piece of manufacturing equipment. The machine’s safety sensor had been disabled. While the employee was using the machine, a corrosive chemical was splashed onto the client’s body. Our client suffered significant burns to multiple areas of his body.
The initial claim is for Worker’s Compensation against the client’s employer. A worker compensation claim will make sure that the client’s medical bills are paid. The client’s wages will also be paid while our client is not able to work. This is called Temporary Total Disability (“TTD”). We will also make a claim for all permanent injuries suffered by the client.
We are also investigating a second possible claim. We are investigating who disabled the sensor. If the sensor was disabled by an outside service provider to the employer, we will make a claim for negligence for versus that provider.
We expect the value of this worker compensation case will exceed 75,000.
We expect the value of this case, if there is a negligence claim will exceed $150,000.
This Claim Your JusticeTM client was bitten on her face by what we believe is a vicious dog. We also believe the dog has a history of biting one or more people in the past. The client suffered substantial scarring to her face that will require plastic surgery. The client will be permanently scared on her face.
The claim if for negligence against the homeowner by not securing the dog from biting a person in the homeowner’s house. In addition, we are investigating if there are any reports with the City or County where the house is located. We will try and make a claim for punitive damages if these reports exist. A punitive damage claim is designed to punish the responsible party from not taking reasonable actions to secure the dog and prevent the dog from biting other people.
This case settled for $175,000.
This Claim Your JusticeTM client was injured while driving his tractor-trailer rig in the state of Tennessee.
Our client suffered a back injury and will undergo spine surgery due to intense pain and injury to his back and legs.
The claim here is negligence against the driver of the other vehicle that caused this accident. This claim involves an uninsured motorist. Therefore, we are making a claim against the client’s truck uninsured motorist coverage.
This is unique because it involves an Illinois employer, an uninsured motorist that lives in Idaho and an accident that occurred in Tennessee.
These Claim Your JusticeTM clients were killed in a car crash. One client was the driver and the other client was a passenger. They were driving on an interstate in Wisconsin.
There was a second vehicle on the interstate pulling a trailer. The trailer was swaying. The swaying trailer made contact with our clients’ car causing our client, the driver, to lose control of the vehicle. Their vehicle was forced into oncoming traffic and collided head on with semi-truck.
Tragically both clients died and this case was a wrongful death case.