$2.15 Million Recovered
Wrongful Death Case
$2,150,000 recovered for a family in a wrongful death case. A corporation caused the death when it did not warn of a dangerous condition. The case was settled after several days in mediation with a retired judge.
Secured Wage Losses and Medical Benefits
William J. Lightfoot in 2019 won a D.C. worker’s compensation hearing securing loss wages and medical benefits for a worker who suffered a severe burn after hot soup was spilled onto his foot. The injured worker has not returned to work but his future is financially secure.
William P. Lightfoot in 2019 won a trial in the District of Columbia for $485,000 for a man injured in a car crash. The car crash caused a concussion. The man was on his way to work when a US Government vehicle side swiped his car.
Recovered for a healthcare worker in a worker’s compensation case. After repetitive gripping and twisting, the healthcare worker lost movement in her hands and wrists.
Recovered for an assistant chef in a worker’s compensation case. The assistant chef’s foot sustained third degree burns resulting in numbness from his ankle to his toes. After extensive discovery and a six hour hearing, the assistant chef’s employer agreed to settle the case.
Recovered 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.
Recovered 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.
Recovered 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
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