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SETTLEMENTS AND VERDICTS IN ALL CASES DEPEND ON VARIOUS FACTORS AND CIRCUMSTANCES WHICH ARE UNIQUE TO EACH CASE. THEREFORE, PAST RESULTS IN CASES ARE NOT A GUARANTEE OR PREDICTION OF SIMILAR RESULTS IN FUTURE CASES WHICH THE FIRM AND ITS LAWYERS MAY UNDERTAKE.

Some Personal injury cases results from Steve Hammond:

After the last few years, I have been involved in several large cases. The first two cases have been reported to be the largest personal injury jury verdicts in Augusta County history. No one can guarantee a verdict of any amount at a trial, however knowing that your attorney has been involved in such cases can provide some measure of comfort in his abilities. It also gives the insurance companies and defense attorneys some measure of discomfort.
Steve Hammond

Personal Injury Case Results

Grooms v. Stevens

Augusta County Circuit Court 2006: My client was a passenger in a Jeep driven by his brother when the defendant drove up beside them at a stop light in Waynesboro. The Grooms brothers tried to elude the defendant by driving down several back roads. Eventually the defendant pulled alongside and forced the Jeep off the […]

Johnson-Rankin v. Whiting

Augusta County Circuit Court 2007: My client was a passenger in the family’s pick-up, along with the rest of her family that was struck head-on on one of their neighborhood streets. The defendant had a blood alcohol content almost twice the legal limit. Client felt some neck stiffness after the accident, but notice no other […]

Shifflett v. Electrical Power Systems

U.S. District Court in Harrisonburg 2008: As one of three co-counsels for Mr. Shifflett, I had a significant role in this complex trial. Mr. Shifflett was an electrician working on the construction of the Middle River Correctional Facility. He went into the main power room, on a cold January morning. There was no heat and […]

Cash v. Campbell

Waynesboro City Circuit Court 2005: Ms. Cash was the third car in a three-car collision on Hopeman Parkway. The force of the collision broke her seat back. She was initially diagnosed with low back strain. Her prior medical history included back pain and diabetes. The low back pain became debilitating and two months after the […]

Mantozos v. Waters

Prince William County Circuit Court 2009: Mr. Mantzoros was the front car in a 3-car collision on I-95. At the scene of the accident he was walking around checking on the other drivers. He only had some stiffness in his back. but he had a history of back problems for over 20 years. His wife […]

Jones v. Chappelle

Augusta County General District Court 2009: Not all cases result in huge verdicts. However, court victories at any level are notable. In this case, the client was a passenger in a 15-passenger van with other members of his family. As the van was turning onto an access road to I-81, the defendant ran a red […]

Graves v. Polick

Stafford County Circuit Court 2009: The client was a nine year- old boy who was a passenger in his mother’s van when it was struck head-on on a winding road. The young boy had no visible injuries but acted oddly after the accident. Two days after the accident he was having balance problems and was […]

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