Meet William H.
How our firm helped someone injured on the job
William H.'s life changed dramatically one afternoon when he was delivering roof trusses to a job site. In the process of unloading the truck, some of the heavy wooden trusses fell off the truck, pinning him down and breaking his back in three places.
For hours he felt excruciating pain throughout his body, and complete numbness in his leg. An EMS worker told William he was lucky — a few inches higher and he'd be a paraplegic, a few inches lower and he would have died. He also lost three pints of blood.
"During this time the only treatment I got was basically what the VA provided for me," William said.
But there was a limit to what the VA could provide since it was not a service-connected injury. "The insurance company could have done a lot better job as far of taking care of me, personally, but they didn't," William said. "I wanted to have surgery done on my back. Three days before the surgery, they (the insurance company) called me and told me if I took a surgery they were going to stop paying my Workman's Comp payments."
A call to the Law offices of James Scott Farrin gave him the help he needed
That was when William's wife called the Law Offices of James Scott Farrin.
Throughout the difficult process, William relied on his attorney, Mike Mackay, to keep him informed and look out for his interests. William was pleased with the work Mackay and the Law Offices of James Scott Farrin did on his behalf. He particularly appreciated the firms empathy, honesty, and aggressive advocacy. "James Scott Farrin handled the case extremely well," he said. "They made me feel really comfortable. They made me feel welcome. It was a very pleasant atmosphere and everyone who ever called me was pleasant."
Most importantly, the Law Offices of James Scott Farrin allowed William to maintain his peace of mind throughout a trying process.
"The Law Offices of James Scott Farrin is a law firm that you can put your trust in and just go to sleep at night and not worry about anything. They're taking care of you all the time," he said.