William J. Lightfoot, recovered $300,000 for a nurse who was suffered . After years of repetitive gripping and twisting, the healthcare worker lost movement in her hands and wrists. – I.P.
William J. Lightfoot, Esq successfully recovered $249,500 for a chef who sustained a severe burn to his foot. Due to a work injury, the chef’s foot sustained burns resulting in numbness from his ankle to his toes. The case was litigated before went to a Formal Hearing before the D.C. Office of Administrative Hearings and Adjunctions, attorney Lightfoot prevailed both at a Formal Hearing and on an Appeal before the Compensation Review Board. – C.E.
$75,000 and continuing benefits for an executive chef in a worker’s compensation case. The executive chef injured his lower back after lifting a heavy object. After two appeals, the court issued an order granting worker’s compensation benefits. – D.T.
$85,000 for an employee in a worker’s compensation case. The employee hyperextended his knee when climbing down a ladder resulting in partial loss of use of his lower extremity. The judge deemed the specialist entitled to compensation for 29% permanent partial disability to his lower extremity. – O.C.
William J. Lightfoot recovered $85,533.80 for an appliance technician supervisor in a worker’s compensation case. The supervisor slipped and fell on the job injuring his upper extremity. The court ordered his employer to pay an award of 33% permanent partial disability benefits. – A.C.
William J. Lightfoot recovered $90,000 for an employee in a worker’s compensation case. The employee injured his thumb and hand. In settlement negotiations, his employer agreed to compensate for the injuries sustained on the job. – M.P.