Iron worker performing his job duties on the new St. Louis City jail tripped over lose string left by subcontractor that was using the string to pull electric wiring threw the walls causing him to fall and suffer a rotator cuff tear in his shoulder.
Our client was injured and suffered a herniated disc in her low back requiring surgery when her vehicle was rear ended on highway 70 in St. Louis, Missouri by a tractor trailer. The case was settled after a few weeks of mediation.
Our client was injured when she was hit head on by an oncoming automobile that had crossed the center line. Our client suffered multiple injuries to her head as well as upper and lower extremities. The case was settled after suit was filed and several depositions were taken. The policy limits of 1,000,000.00 exhausted all applicable insurance coverage.
Widow was entitled to 709.11 per week for the remainder of her life following the work related death of her husband who was involved in a tractor trailer accident. The case was resolved whereby the widow was paid death benefits and funeral expenses following coroner depositions and mediations.
Employee was injured when his car hit a patch of ice on highway 61 south of Hannibal, Missouri. Employee sustained multiple injuries to his back, hip and extremities but was able to go back to his regular job following treatment. This case was settled after several mediations and just subsequent to trial setting in this matter.
Employee was injured when the skid he was on that was being hoisted up by a forklift broke lose causing him to fall approximately 18 feet onto the concrete floor. Employee sustained multiple injuries to his head as well as upper and lower extremities.
Employee alleged permanent and total disability as result of his work related injury when he fell sixteen feet from a high-lift bucket while cutting a large limb hanging over a foundation. Employee sustained injury to his low back requiring surgery and had pre-existing disabling conditions regarding his right knee. Employee alleged permanent and total disability benefits against the Employer for the last injury as well as the Second Injury Fund for a combination of his primary work related injury as well as his pre-existing knee injury. Both the Employer and the Second Injury Fund contributed significantly to compensate for permanent and total disability benefits.
A disgruntled employee at ABB Group (a leader in power and automation technology) arrived at work and began shooting fellow employees. After order was restored, three innocent employees were dead and five employees were wounded. The gunman apparently killed himself. The shooter was identified as 51-year-old Timothy Hendron of Webster Groves, Missouri.
One of those killed in the shooting rampage was shift supervisor Cory Wilson, 27, of Collinsville, Illinois. Mr. Wilson was a shift supervisor as well as Timothy Hendron’s boss in the pre-fit group at ABB.
The family of Cory Wilson reached out to Missouri Worker’s Compensation/Personal Injury attorney Daniel J Walkenhorst to handle their legal needs knowing that he is both an experienced and successful plaintiffs’ attorney and also someone who would be compassionate in this most difficult situation, the loss of a beloved son in a senseless act of workplace violence.
Cory Wilson’s parents, Don and Vickie Wilson, both worked at ABB. When they were too distraught to speak to the press, their attorney Daniel J Walkenhorst, made this statement on their behalf.
"Obviously, with not being able to come out, they’re having a difficult time with their mourning and grieving,” Walkenhorst said. He said the family wanted to express condolences “to the other family members who lost their relatives, and the injured as well."
Daniel J Walkenhorst is a truly compassionate and experienced Missouri attorney who understands the feelings of his clients. He listens to their concerns and directs them to a fair and satisfying settlement. His goal is to satisfy all the people all the time.