A school crossing guard from a local school fell on ice while she was working injuring both of her shoulders. She had to have surgery to repair the damage and was off work for more than one year. After her work injury, she was not able to do the crossing job like she had in the past and decided to move on. We filed a petition and had a trial where the judge agreed that she was permanently and totaling disabled meaning that she is to receive a weekly check for the rest of her life.
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by Corey Walker
With over 25 years legal experience, Corey has been recognized for his work as an injury attorney.