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.

Firm Overview

Located in Manassas, Virginia, Attorney Diane McNamara has been helping injured workers obtain adequate compensation for their injuries for over 30 years. During this time, workers’ compensation laws have grown in complexity as economic pressure and health care reform issues have caused employers and their insurers to push harder for denial of claims and coverage for injured workers, leaving accident victims and their families without medical treatment or compensation for their injuries.

You are not alone in your struggle. Attorney Diane McNamara zealously advocates on behalf of workers in all types of workers’ compensation claims. She has extensive experience seeking relief for injured employees and for the families of those involved in fatal workplace accidents.

Attorney McNamara recognizes the physical, mental, and emotional needs of injured clients and helps guide them through all phases of the claim to recovery. She works to defend against the attacks of employers and insurance providers seeking to deny coverage or to limit the opportunity for full recovery. Diane McNamara demands maximum benefits for each injured worker, and protects each injured worker's right to adequate compensation.

Don’t wait for a problem to develop with your claim. By that time more damage will be done than you may know. Contact Attorney Diane McNamara today and rest assured knowing you are being represented by a qualified workers’ compensation lawyer who is advancing your right to recovery at all stages of your claim.

Representative Clients

A restaurant server was entering an order into a micro computer in the restaurant kitchen, when co-workers began pelting him with ice from behind as a joke. The server turned around, and when he raised his arm to shield his face from incoming bits of ice, his shoulder dislocated. Surgery was required. The Deputy Commissioner who heard the case determined the server was the “innocent victim of horseplay,” and that the claim was compensable. However, on appeal, the ful… Read More

Awards & Associations

Top 10 Workers Comp Award


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