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Client vs. Employer/Insurer

Practice Area: Workers compensation

Outcome: Settled for $260,000

Description: Our client injured her foot while working. The employer argued that she was not injured on the job and that this was related to an injury that was sustained while on vacation. An additional issue was whether or not her husband could be designated as her attendant care provider. After two years of litigation, Tom Holder was successful on both issues. The insurer then stalled on the payment of attendant care benefits to our client's husband and Tom Holder had to get assessed fees five times to get him the money to which he was entitled. That case eventually settled for $260,000.

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