Client Testimonial | Calhoon & Kaminsky
"I would recommend anyone to get representation from Ron and Matt as soon as possible. They can guide you and point you in the right direction and tell you what's next. They don't treat you like clients. They don't treat you like you're just somebody that comes in and your name's on a folder. They treat you like real people."
Mr. Blue (name changed to protect privacy) owned his own business, which performed subcontracting work for a local lumber company, Ace Lumber Co. (the names have been changed to protect privacy). As a subcontractor for Ace, he earned $10.00 a ton, with no reimbursement for the use of his equipment, saws, and mileage. However, the business was not doing well and he began looking for other work, such as surveying.
After working for the bank as a mortgage loan officer for many years, Henry Collins (name changed to protect privacy), at age 56 started to develop numbness and tingling in his hands. He worked with his hands with various key boards (repetitive typing on computers, calculators, etc) and did a lot of handwriting.
Joe was working as a roofer when he fell from a roof sustaining a traumatic brain injury with a skull fracture, cognitive defects, dysphagia, multiple facial bone fractures in July 2012. The workers’ compensation insurance carriers claimed Joe was working for an independent contractor working for the roofing company where he was working when he fell.
A Union employee from Steelton, PA, sustained a work injury described as a low back aggravation of pre-existing DDD L1 – L4 in May 2011 which the insurance carrier, ESIS, accepted and weekly checks were paid until after the December 2015 settlement was reached. The case ultimately settled for a lump sum cash payment of $296,000.00. Including the settlement, the injured worker received over $747,000.00 in benefits. For a free, no obligation review of the value of your case, feel free to contact us.
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A truck driver from Dover, PA, sustained a work injury while working for “Confidential Trucking Company in Central PA”, Inc. in June 2015. The insurance carrier, American Zurich Insurance Company, issued a Notice of Compensation Payable accepting the injury as a left shoulder / neck sprain after we had filed a Claim Petition. A Stipulation was entered into in which the carrier agreed the injury occurred and that the description of injury she should be amended to include a C6-C7 disc herniation.
Very Smart lawyer. Ron Calhoon will answer any questions you have In a very timely manner by email or a phone call his staff is great also and just as responsive as Ron Calhoon. Being on workers compensation it is very stressful plus dealing with your injury it can be very unpleasant most of the time.
A Teamsters Union member from Jersey Shore, PA, working as a steward/runner/fuel truck operator for OTIS Eastern, sustained a work injury described as right shoulder strain in January 2013 which the insurance carrier, Travelers & Surety Company, accepted.
A union delivery driver sustained a work-related injury in January 2013 which the insurance carrier, Liberty Mutual, originally accepted as strains, and with litigation, was expanded to include work-related right shoulder rotator cuff tear, bicep tendon damage, degenerative disc disease at L5-S1 and status post-fusion at L5-S1 and ultimately settled for a lump sum of $245,000 via a Compromise and Release.
A Teamster Local 764 steward and union pipeline worker from Allenwood, PA, for Otis Eastern Services, contacted us after he had sustained a back injury in September 2012. The insurance carrier, Travelers Casualty & Surety, had not accepted the claim and we filed a Claim Petition for his low back with bilateral radiculopathy work injury.
An employee from Dillsburg, PA, working as a Harrisburg-area territory manager for Arbor Pharmaceuticals, sustained a work injury described as a low back herniation. We filed a Claim Petition for the injured worker because the insurance carrier, Twin City Fire Insurance Co., had denied his claim.
*Please note that every case is different, and the following case results (though accurate) may not reflect the amount of compensation you will receive in your case. Prior results are not a guarantee of future results as every case is unique and factually different.