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Brett A. Borah

Brett Borah’s Legal Cases

21 total

  • Claudia vs. Calpine

    Practice Area:
    Workers Compensation
    Date:
    Apr 15, 2010
    Outcome:
    $270,000.00+
    Description:
    We were able to settle this back, hip & hand case for a gross of over $270,000.00. By structuring the settlement we increased the net value to Claudia by over $50,000.00. Claudia never had to appear in court.
  • Charles vs. Kaiser

    Practice Area:
    Workers Compensation
    Date:
    Mar 03, 2010
    Outcome:
    Compromise and Release
    Description:
    Charles died before case could be concluded. We were able to settle survivor benefits to get his child money for college. Surviving daughter is out of state and never had to appear in court.
  • Bonnie vs. Aetna

    Practice Area:
    Workers Compensation
    Date:
    May 01, 2010
    Outcome:
    Multiple settlements all in favor of Bonnie
    Description:
    Settled case for full value against primary insurance company with Award for continuing medical treatment. Then proceeded against several secondary insurance companies to get client an additional $30,000 in benefits.
  • Carol vs. Social Security Administration

    Practice Area:
    Social Security
    Date:
    Apr 13, 2010
    Outcome:
    Fully Favorable Award
    Description:
    Claim for Social Security Disability was denied twice at administrative levels. We took the case to trial two times before prevailing with a fully favorable Award for retroactive benefits back 2 years and continuing plus medi-care benefits
  • Mohammed vs. 4 M

    Practice Area:
    Employment & Labor
    Date:
    May 01, 2010
    Outcome:
    Favorable judgement
    Description:
    Employer delayed in paying final wages claiming Mohammad was not an employee. Case taken to trial at Labor Commission with favorable Award which was later recorded as a judgment in Superior Court. We were also Awarded late payment penalties and interest.
  • Kay vs. Rambus

    Practice Area:
    Workers Compensation
    Date:
    Jun 01, 2010
    Outcome:
    Compromise and Release of over $120,000
    Description:
    At the time we opened our file, the case had been denied by the insurance carrier and no benefits were being paid. We were able to obtain a Compromse and Release for Kay of over $120,000.00 with all medical bills (including surgery) being paid, temporary disability being paid, state disability being reimbursed (so client could draw it out again) and supplemental job displacement vouchers.
  • Al vs. Subsequent Injuries Fund

    Practice Area:
    Workers Compensation
    Date:
    Feb 02, 2011
    Outcome:
    100% Award
    Description:
    After conclusion of regular case, we made a claim against the Subsequent Injuries Fund. Settled out of court with a Stipulation to 100% disability which gives Al $490.00 per week from 1994 and continuing for the rest of his life.
  • Crystle vs. Verizon

    Practice Area:
    Workers Compensation
    Date:
    Feb 01, 2011
    Outcome:
    $113,333.33
    Description:
    I represented minor daughter from first marriage in death claim. Case settled with my client receiving full value for death claim in trust until she reaches age 18.
  • Noel vs. Comforce

    Practice Area:
    Workers Compensation
    Date:
    Dec 21, 2011
    Outcome:
    Settled by Compromise and Release: $70,000.00
    Description:
    Noel came to me with a signed settlement of $10,000.00. By getting supplemental reports from the evaluating doctor and then taking his deposition, we increased the settlement to $70,000.00.
  • Steve v. Trend West

    Practice Area:
    Workers Compensation
    Date:
    Feb 09, 2012
    Outcome:
    Stipulated Award for 55% disability ($65,200.00) plus life-time medical care.
    Description:
    When Steve came to me he presented with a pure stress claim. He had been off work for several years and the carrier had denied the claim. They even had a psychologist saying that the stress was not industrial. We settled the case for over $65,000 plus continuing medical care and an additional $10,000 for job retraining.