Case Results

Results Calhoon & Kaminsky has gotten for those looking for help with workers' compensation

Results*. Isn’t that what you’re looking for when you you’ve went months without a paycheck, the bills are not getting paid, and you can’t get the medical treatment you need to get back to work.

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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."
By Calhoon and Kaminsky P.C.
Donna Noonan (name changed for this summary) sustained a work injury while employed by Harrisburg School District on December 10, 2007, which the District accepted as an aggravation of a cervical disc herniation at C5-6. As a result of this injury, she underwent a total disc replacement arthroplasty at C5-6 on the right. She was unable to work from March 3, 2008 until May 4, 2008. She then returned to work, and her benefits for wage loss were suspended because she was earning her pre-injury wage.
By Calhoon and Kaminsky P.C.
Nancy Case (name changed to protect her privacy) tore her left knee ACL on 4-13-05 when she suffered a work injury in York, PA.  She hired Ron as her workers’ compensation attorney and all hearings were held in York, PA. Dr. Craig Fultz performed surgery and she returned to her regular job without wage loss until more than five (5) years later when her disability reoccurred without incidence. She went off work in October 2010 to again have left knee surgery by Dr. Fultz.
By Calhoon and Kaminsky P.C.
DF, a resident of Grantville, Dauphin County, and owner of her own business, where she was self employed,  suffered a work related injury on September 17, 2010 when she was driving a pickup truck with a 55-gallon oil drum in the truck bed for a work-related assignment and was stopped at a traffic light. Another car rear ended her, which propelled the 55-gallon oil drum through the back window into the cab of the truck. As a result of the work related motor vehicle accident, she could not straighten her elbow, had a stiff neck and could not move her arm on the day after the accident.
By Calhoon and Kaminsky P.C.
The Claimant, a resident of Williamsport, Lycoming County, suffered a work injury to the lower back on December 17, 1998, while employed by United Parcel Service. The Employer filed Petitions to Modify and Suspend Workers' Compensation Benefits on November 5, 2001. The Petitions were assigned to Judge Kenneth P. Walsh in Williamsport, Pennsylvania.
By Calhoon and Kaminsky P.C.
The injured worker, a resident of Selinsgrove, Snyder County, suffered a work injury on June 15, 2009, to the neck and shoulder while employed with Anthracite Industries as a general laborer. He was a member of Teamsters Local Union No. 764.One of the Claimant’s duties was to lift fifty pound bags of carbon, carry them approximately two meters and place them on a pallet. Sometimes the Claimant would stack the bags above the level of his chin. The Claimant began experiencing neck and shoulder symptoms prior to the June 16, 2009 work injury and had shoulder pain that made him unable to lift bags of carbon. On June 16, 2009 the Claimant experienced a neck strain and left shoulder strain after stacking the fifty pound bags.
*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.