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Bobby Bollinger’s Legal Cases

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  • Graham v. Masonry Reinforcing Co. IC# 226275, COA 07-372 (2008)

    Practice Area:
    Workers Compensation
    Date:
    Feb 19, 2008
    Outcome:
    We won a denied claim.
    Description:
    The client had a hip injury in this case. The employer and insurance company denied responsibilty. We tried the case and won compensation for wage loss and the hip injury at each level--Deputy Commissioner, Full Commission, and Court of Appeals.
  • Eudy v. Michelin Aircraft Tire Co. 645 SE2d 83 (2007)

    Practice Area:
    Workers Compensation
    Date:
    Jan 01, 2007
    Outcome:
    We won additional disability benefits.
    Description:
    Mr. Eudy hurt both hands building tires. The company laid him off while on light duty and he eventually found new work, earning less per hour. We litigated on a "change of condition" theory and obtained additional wage loss monies for him.
  • Barrett V. Morgan Corp 173 NC App 756 (2005)

    Practice Area:
    Workers Compensation
    Date:
    Jan 01, 2005
    Outcome:
    We won a denied claim.
    Description:
    Mr. Barrett drove an earth mover and hurt his back when he bounced in his seat. Case was denied by the employer and insurance company. We litigated and won the case at every level, all the way through the NC Court of Appeals.
  • Crowder v. Preston Trucking 161 NC App 181 (2003)

    Practice Area:
    Workers Compensation
    Date:
    Jan 01, 2003
    Outcome:
    We won a denied claim.
    Description:
    Mr. Crowder was an over the road truck driver who hurt his back when his truck hit a pothole. The employer and insurance adjuster denied responsibility. We litigated the case and won at every level of appeal, including the NC Court of Appeals. Because of the successful trial work by Mr. Bollinger, the Defendant insurer ended up paying Mr. Crowder several times more money than the best settlement offer they made at the pre-hearing mediation.
  • P. R. v. US Airways, Inc. IC# 078192; COA01-636 unpublished

    Practice Area:
    Workers Compensation
    Date:
    Apr 16, 2002
    Outcome:
    We won ongoing disability benefits.
    Description:
    Ms. R was a flight attendant with a hand injury. US Airways did not accept her doctors' opinion of her impairments and refused to pay her the disability monies she deserved. We litigated the case and won at each level, including the Court of Appeals. We forced the Defendants to pay her the wage loss benefits she deserved by taking the case to court.
  • K.C. v. US Airways, Inc. IC# 894452

    Practice Area:
    Workers Compensation
    Date:
    Jun 10, 2010
    Outcome:
    We won. The injured worker was awarded medical care with a new doctor he chose, who helped him to recover and get back to work.
    Description:
    Mr. C injured his shoulder when he fell onto the tarmac at the airport. The case was accepted, but after surgery Mr. C was still having pain. The insurance adjuster sent Mr. C to a well-qualified doctor for a second opinion, but that doctor felt that nothing was wrong with his shoulder that required treatment. Mr. C was dissatisfied with this opinion so he saw another surgeon on his own. That surgeon felt that another procedure would help to relieve his pain so that he could do his job without pain in the future. But the insurance adjuster refused to let Mr. C be treated by this new doctor who had a treatment plan. We went to a hearing to force US Airways to allow Mr. C to be treated by the doctor of his choice. In June 2010, the Deputy Commissioner ruled in Mr. C's favor, and he was treated successfully by the doctor who believed that he would be able to help him. The insurance company was required to pay for the successful treatment, rather than the pay nothing for non-treatment as recommended by the adjuster's doctor. The decision is posted on the Industrial Commission website in the Livelink section. NCIC case # 894452
  • C. B. v. US Airways, Inc.

    Practice Area:
    Workers Compensation
    Date:
    Nov 30, 2010
    Outcome:
    We won. The injured worker was awarded the medical care she needed.
    Description:
    This flight attendant's accepted case involved a dispute over her medical care.
  • Inforzato v. MAI Healthcare and Key Risk Ins. Co. IC# 502682; COA10-269

    Practice Area:
    Workers Compensation
    Date:
    Nov 02, 2010
    Outcome:
    We won. Our client was awarded the medical care he needed.
    Description:
    This case involved a dispute over the medical care my client needed for his injury. We filed a medical motion and won it. The Defendants appealed and we won the appeal at the Full Commission. Then the Defendants appealed to the Court of Appeals and we persuaded the Court to dismiss their appeal. The Defendants have to pay for my client's treatment.
  • DISCLAIMER

    Practice Area:
    Workers Compensation
    Outcome:
    (not available)
    Description:
    Each case is different and the outcome of a particular case depends on the facts of that case and on many other factors. The cases listed are actual cases that Bob Bollinger has handled. Mr. Bollinger does not win every case. Your case may have a good outcome or a bad outcome, and these successful cases do not guarantee any type of result on anyone else's case.
  • S.O. v. US Airways, Inc.

    Practice Area:
    Workers Compensation
    Date:
    Jun 13, 2012
    Outcome:
    We won on appeal at the Full Commission.
    Description:
    My client was a flight attendant who fell off a chair in her hotel room on a layover. She broke her arm badly. The company denied the claim. I tried the case and we lost at the first level but won on appeal.