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.

Prince William County, VA Workers Compensation

Serving Prince William County, Virginia, Attorney Diane McNamara zealously advocates on behalf of workers in all types of workers’ compensation claims. Don’t wait for a problem to develop with your claim. Contact Virginia Workers' Compensation Attorney Diane McNamara today and rest assured knowing you are being represented by a qualified Prince William County workers’ compensation lawyer who is advancing your right to recovery at all stages of your claim.

Prince William County, Virginia Workers Compensation Law Firm

"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..." - Learn More About Workers' Compensation

Virginia Workers' Compensation Attorney Diane McNamara

Personalized Service - Diane McNamara's compassionate and caring team of legal professionals works one-on-one with clients to establish personal and beneficial relationships. Diane handles all claims and cases with dignity and consideration, assisting injured workers in their process of recovery.

Representative Cases:

"A Hispanic laborer who was not legally eligible to work in the United States fell from a 9 foot wall onto chunks of concrete below, resulting in total paralysis. Wage loss and medical benefits were recovered for the undocumented worker." - Learn More

More Information:

Representative Clients

A hotel worker sustained a torn rotator cuff when he was moving a large table through a door while setting up for a banquet. The employer and insurer denied the claim and alternatively, asserted that the worker should not be compensated for wage loss from his second, similar job. The matter was heard before the Virginia Workers’ Compensation Commission, and the insurer was ordered to pay wage loss based on the combined earnings from both jobs and to pay for medical tre… Read More

Awards & Associations

Top 10 Workers Comp Award

logo_WILG

For More Information

Fill out our online form