Colin Theis Case Results

Serving Injured Workers & Accident Victims

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OVER $6,000,000 COLLECTED FOR MY CLIENTS IN THE PAST FIVE YEARS
22
+ YEARS OF EXPERIENCE

CASE RESULTS – Colin Theis

The way our legal system works, you only have one shot to get what you are owed. That is why it is so important for people with serious injuries to choose a lawyer with proven results.

While the majority of the cases he handles end with a settlement, Colin prepares each and every case as if it were going to trial, and it shows in the results he obtains for his clients.

As the summaries below illustrate, when Colin tells insurance companies that he will fight for his clients in Court if he can’t reach a fair settlement, they know he means it.

Settlements and judgments vary widely from case to case and are dependent upon the unique facts of each case. Please keep in mind that each of the cases below involved hundreds of pages of records and the short summary describing the case should not be used to gauge how much you can reasonably expect to receive for your injury.

OVER $6,000,000 COLLECTED FOR MY CLIENTS IN THE PAST FIVE YEARS

Case Results

Confidential Workers’ Compensation and Personal Injury Settlement:

A woman was injured in a car accident while working for a Nebraska employer. The combined settlement amount obtained by Colin for his client was in excess of $1,000,000.

Other Recent Awards and Settlements of $60,000 or more:
John G. v. Crete Carrier Corp.

Settlement of workers compensation case in the amount of $99,500.00, plus funding of a MSA in the amount of $24,796.20, for a hip injury sustained by a Crete Carrier driver in a fall from his truck.

Jared M. v. NPPD

$75,000 settlement of workers compensation case.  Jared injured his knee, and then overcompensated and injured his other knee as a result of the initial injury.

Jimmy D. v. Drivers Management

$115,000 combined settlement of workers compensation and personal injury case, for a Werner driver who injured his back in a roll-over accident.

Confidential Settlement

$101,500 settlement of workers compensation case resulting from bilateral carpal tunnel syndrome.

Confidential Settlement

Settlement of workers compensation case in the amount of $145,000, plus funding of a MSA in the amount of $33,448.48, for a back injury sustained by a truck driver lifting a heavy box.

Confidential Settlement

$125,000 workers compensation settlement resulting from bilateral foot injuries sustained by a truck driver making a delivery.

James C. v. Hy-Vee

Nebraska Workers’ Compensation Court Award obtained in the amount of $84,400.46 for a work-related left knee injury.

Coni T. v. Drivers Management

$90,000 workers’ compensation settlement. While she was training for Werner, Coni injured her neck when the trainer rolled the truck.

Roy S. v. Crete Carrier Corp.

$165,000 personal injury and workers’ compensation settlement, plus funding of a $54,256.43 MSA. Roy slipped and fell on ice while making a delivery in Colorado, injuring his head and shoulder. As a part of the final agreement, the workers’ compensation lien against the personal injury recovery was waived.

Daniel T. v. Drivers Management

$99,000 workers’ compensation settlement. Dan was in the back of his truck asleep when his co-driver crashed the truck, injuring his head, back and shoulder.

Marc M. v. Drivers Management

$90,000 workers’ compensation settlement. Marc injured himself when he stepped down wrong as he got out of his truck on a pre-trip inspection while working for Werner on the Dollar General account.

Kerry B. v. FL Smidth

$99,900 workers’ compensation settlement. Kerry lived in Nebraska but was injured while working for his employer in Iowa. He injured his shoulder while lifting a 70-pound post. The claim was settled prior to trial in both states.

Garry W. v. Drivers Management

$60,000 workers’ compensation settlement. Garry injured his knee while on the job and underwent a total knee replacement.

Priscilla F. v. Hy-Vee

$95,000 personal injury settlement. Priscilla slipped and fell, injuring her knee.

Dillon L. v. C-Tec

$75,000 workers’ compensation settlement. Dillon fell from a significant height and injured his back, requiring a discectomy. Dillon was a resident of Missouri, but he worked for a Nebraska employer at the time of the accident.

Armando B. v. Werner Enterprises

$175,000 workers’ compensation settlement after Award was obtained in the Nebraska Workers’ Compensation Court. Armando injured his back while lowering the landing gear of his truck. An Award was obtained in the Workers’ Compensation Court, and a subsequent settlement with the employer followed.

Kachina J v. Drivers Management

$74,900 workers’ compensation settlement. Kachina injured her neck when she was unloading a rolltainer. Werner denied the claim, arguing that a prior accident was the cause of her injuries, so a Petition was filed, and the case settled prior to trial.

Confidential Settlement

$150,000 personal injury settlement resulting from a wrist injury sustained in a motor vehicle accident.

Confidential Settlement

$80,000 personal injury settlement resulting from a neck injury sustained in a motor vehicle accident.

Bob L v. Jonathan Isaacson & David Typer (Nationwide)

$400,000 personal injury settlement. Bob sustained multiple bone fractures in an automobile accident. Medical and vocational expert reports were obtained in preparation for litigation, and a final settlement was reached after extensive negotiations with the insurance company.

Madouya A. v. Drivers Management

$79,900 workers’ compensation settlement. Madouya injured his arm and leg in a roll-over accident in a Werner truck. The settlement was finalized after Werner had already paid Madouya an additional 30 weeks of permanent disability benefits.

Confidential Personal Injury Settlement

$60,000 confidential personal injury settlement. The client was injured when she slipped and fell in the course and scope of her employment with a company while on the premises of a different company. This third-party action was associated with our client’s workers’ compensation claim against her employer, and the workers’ compensation lien was significantly reduced as a result of extensive negotiations with both insurance company representatives.

Deron H. v. Drivers Management

$80,000 workers’ compensation settlement. Deron injured his back and shoulder when he fell out of the cab of his truck. Deron was off of work and received weekly checks for nearly two years, but he did not have any surgeries as a result of his injuries.

Richard S. v. Crete Carrier Corp.

$194,500 workers’ compensation settlement, plus payment of a $8,150 MSA. Oklahoma truck driver was injured in Georgia when a palletized load of landscaping material tipped over on him while unloading. He suffered a femur fracture and shoulder injury and was unable to return to work as a driver.

Tim C. v Drivers Management

$256,875 workers’ compensation settlement. Tim injured his shoulder, neck, and back when his truck was hit by another vehicle.

William P. v Drivers Management

$140,000 workers’ compensation settlement, plus payment of a $28,752 MSA. William sustained a back injury when he was lifting a rolltainer from the trailer.

Larry S. v Drivers Management

$90,000 workers’ compensation settlement. Larry sustained a head injury in a fall from his truck.

Tina A. v. Sarpy County

$120,000 settlement in a Nebraska workers’ compensation case involving a sheriff’s deputy injuring her shoulder during a training exercise.

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Experienced Omaha Workers’ Compensation Lawyer

Contact Colin Theis today for a free, no-obligation consultation. I fight every day for victims of work-related injuries and have successfully helped those just like you receive the full and fair compensation that they’re owed.

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