Workers Compensation

The Virginia Workers’ Compensation Act provides a legal framework to compensate injured workers for job-related injuries. It was designed to ensure that workers and their families are properly cared for and compensated following workplace injuries.

Triangle Shirtwaist Factory Fire

March 25, 2011, marks the centennial of New York City's infamous Triangle Shirtwaist Factory fire. It is believed that a cutter lighting a cigarette carelessly tossed a match into a rag bin, igniting the fire. In 18 minutes, 145 garment workers, averaging 16 to 23 years old, were dead. This sweatshop tragedy is historically significant for fueling the American labor movement, leading to reform of laws governing workplace safety. Read more

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Representative Clients

A hostess slipped and fell on the wet ceramic tile floor at the restaurant where she worked, resulting in multi-level disc herniations in her back.  She retained Diane McNamara soon after she was injured.  Over the years, the hostess underwent eight back surgeries.   There was significant loss of function in her legs, and the hostess was never able to return to any form of work.  Upon expiration of the 500 week maximum wage loss period, Diane McNamara filed a claim… Read More

Awards & Associations

Top 10 Workers Comp Award

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