Settlement for a work-related back injury. The client suffered severe pain down his hip and leg. The workers’ compensation carrier… Continued
The legal team at Lewis & Keller handles lawsuits throughout North Carolina. We strive to ensure our clients are fully compensated for their losses. If a settlement cannot be reached, then we are fully prepared to try the case.
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Lump sum Social Security Disability settlement for a 51-year-old, illiterate man. He suffers from COPD, nerve problems in his back,… Continued
Settlement for a 20-year-old male who suffered a back and leg injury when he was standing beside his car. He… Continued
Workers’ Compensation settlement for a 36-year-old man injured while on the job that required spine surgery and extensive physical therapy.
Settlement for an auto accident. Our clients, a husband and wife, were hit head-on when the defendant crossed the center… Continued
Settlement, the limit of all available insurance for a man who suffered a fracture of his sternum in a motor… Continued
Settlement which the limit of all available insurance for 64 year old woman who was rear-ended and had soft tissue… Continued
Knee injury to 52 year old female in hotel lobby fall.
Settlement reached for 37-year-old woman who was hit by a drunk driver and suffered minor soft tissue injuries and incurred… Continued