Highest Known Workers’ Compensation Settlement in California History $8.9 million

Highest Known Workers’ Compensation Settlement in California History – L.A. Attorney Scores Record $8.9 Million Settlement, Rebuking System in Major Brain Injury Case

PRWeb
Published 11:01 a.m., Thursday, March 1, 2012

Los Angeles-based attorney Christopher Asvar, (Asvar Law, APC) secures highest known workers’ compensation insurance settlement in California history. Wins $8.9 million on behalf of his young client for work-place traumatic brain injury.

Los Angeles, California (PRWEB) March 01, 2012

“Los Angeles-based attorney Christopher Asvar (http://www.asvarlaw.com) has just secured the highest known workers’ compensation insurance settlement in California history, totaling $8.9 million on behalf of his young client who suffered a workplace traumatic brain injury. …

“At the time Mr. Asvar commenced his representation, his client was suffering from severe depression, cognitive deficits, anxiety, psychosis, self-mutilation and perhaps most interestingly, a psychiatric diagnosis of multiple personality disorder. Despite the fact that there was no objective evidence of a traumatic brain injury (Asvar’s client had negative MRI and CT scans), Mr. Asvar prevailed in his contention that his client’s symptoms related to what the medical experts in the case ultimately came to regard as a “mild” traumatic brain injury. …

Case Number: 2137779
Court: Los Angeles Workers’ Compensation Appeals Board

About Christopher A. Asvar, Esq. and Asvar Law, APC
For the original version on PRWeb visit: http://www.prweb.com/releases/prweb2012/3/prweb9229143.htm

Retrieved 03/02/12.
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