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No two workers’ compensation cases are exactly alike nor are the circumstances behind a personal injury case identical. And of course, each Social Security Disability claimant’s situation is unique. However, what does remain the same is our commitment—as we fight for every dollar our clients deserve under the rule of law as these real-life examples demonstrate.

Injured Worker collects over $4.4 million in benefits

Injured Worker who fell from heavy equipment recovers workers compensation benefits and personal injury settlement payments.

A 50 year old laborer sustained a catastrophic injury resulting in loss of use of both lower extremities and significant medical complications as a result of this life altering tragic event. With our help, the injured worker and his family received payments at the maximum compensation awards throughout the course of the claim, payment of all medical bills, the construction of a new home while allowing the injured worker to maintain ownership of his home at the time of injury (which was no longer suitable for him to live in), payments to his spouse for assistance in care giving and additionally over 2 million dollars in personal injury recovery with settlements against multiple defendants in Fall of 2017 and January 2018.

Production Supervisor awarded an additional $190,000

Production Supervisor settles injury to neck and back for $190,000 in addition to all prior lost wage benefits and medical care.

About a month after the injury, a 44 year old production supervisor retained our firm in connection with a June 2013 injury. After receiving lost wage benefits and medical care for the neck and back for over three years, to resolve the claim an additional sum of $190,000 was awarded in November 2016

Tree Trimmer Settles for $612,000

Tree Trimmer settles injury to back, neck and face for $612,000 in addition to all prior payments

A 38-year-old laborer was struck by a falling tree. At the time of injury, the employer failed to secure workers’ compensation coverage for employees. The Uninsured Employers’ Fund was found responsible for the injury and directed to make payments for lost wages and benefits. After receiving payments of compensation when due for over 16 years in addition to medical care, the claimant requested in the fall of 2015 our office negotiate a final resolution of the matter. In December of 2015 Oot and Associates, PLLC secured a final decision awarding the additional sum of $612,000.00 for the closing of future lost wages and medical.

$308,000 Settlement for College Employee

College employee settles neck injury for $308,000 in addition to all prior payments

In 2011 the claimant sustained a neck injury while working at a local college. In 2014 the claimant underwent surgery for the injury and never returned to work. Prior to settlement the claimant was paid over $156,000.00 in lost wage benefits and received full medical coverage for all conditions deemed related to the injury. In 2016 the claimant expressed a desire to leave New York. In February 2016, Oot and Associates, PLLC successfully negotiated a settlement for $308,000.00 over and above all prior payments.

$189,000 Settlement in Compensation Claim

Custodian Settles eleven-year-old compensation claim for injury to neck for an additional $189,000

Injured in 1995 at the age of 36, this claimant collected workers’ compensation weekly benefits total over $186,000.00 plus full medical coverage for the injury between 1995 and 2016. Having been found permanently partially disabled the carrier routinely attempted to suspend benefits using labor market attachment questionnaires. The client desired to move on from the claim having been involved in the system for over a decade. Oot and Associates, PLLC successfully negotiated a settlement whereby the compensation carrier paid the additional sum of $189,000.00 to resolve the claim on a final basis in March 2016.

Officer Has Dental Restoration Authorized

The claimant, a law enforcement officer was injured in the line of duty.

Ultimately, despite exhausting all forms of treatment, he was unable to return to work. Surgeries were unsuccessful, and all forms of pain management failed to adequately control his pain. After years of clenching and grinding his teeth due to pain, he had extensive dental damage. The worker's compensation carrier refused to cover ANY dental treatment. After extensive litigation, the Insurance carrier was directed to pay for the restoration requested by claimant's dentist.

Nurse Settles Claim for $200,000

A Registered Nurse, injured her right arm and neck in the course of her employment.

Between the date of injury in 2014 and settlement in 2016, the claimant received wage replacement benefits exceeding $100,000.00, and full medical benefits. She was classified as having a permanent partial disability related to her injuries. Ultimately, the claimant wished to close her claim. Oot & Associates, PLLC was successful in securing an additional $200,000.00 from the insurance carrier to conclude the matter.

Widow settles death claim for $311,000

The widow of a delivery driver who suffered a fatal cardiac event in the course of his employment sought the assistance of Oot & Associates, PLLC.

The deceased had a long-standing history of heart disease unrelated to his employment. On the date of his death, he was engaged in unloading his delivery vehicle when he suffered a fatal heart attack. The insurance carrier contested the claim pointing to the long-standing history of heart disease to argue that the death was unrelated to the work activities. Oot & Associates, PLLC was successful in negotiating a resolution of the controversy and settlement of the claim for $311,000 to the widow.

Restaurant Cook settles a claim for $300,000

The claimant injured her neck in 1996.

As a result of the neck injury, she developed carpal tunnel syndrome, cubital tunnel syndrome and complex regional pain syndrome. Oot & Associates, PLLC was successful through litigation in amending her claim to include the additional injury sites. Having been involved in the system for over a decade, the claimant ultimately decided that she wanted to close her claim. Oot & Associates, PLLC successfully negotiated a settlement for an additional $300,000.