|Achievement:||A Top 25 workers’ compensation lawyer in Maryland|
Law Offices of Anne Hoke
10 East Baltimore Street
Baltimore, MD, 21202
Anne Hoke has 364 total awards for workers’ compensation clients for the time period measured by the Comp Pinkbook. The three most common kinds of injuries for which those awards are given are back, knee, and shoulder injuries. For shoulder injuries, in particular, Hoke has the highest average stipulation for attorneys handling three or more awards of that injury type. That stipulation amount is over $100,000.
Hoke has similar top rankings successes for ankle cases, combination neck and back injuries, thumb injury cases, combination back and hip cases, and combination knee and ankle cases. For more specific information, see the Comp Pinkbook.
Attorney Anne Hoke also has the largest individual final settlement for a spinal cord case. The settlement was for over $200,000. The employer was Pike Electric Inc. and the insurer was Liberty Mutual Fire.
Hoke was the third most active lawyer by award volume in cases involving WMATA (The Washington Metro Area Transit Authority). Nine awards were obtained. Other common opponents (employers) included Target Stores, Food Lion Inc., Anne Arundel Medical Center, Adventist Healthcare, Sams Club, Weis Markets, Ecology Services, Sysco Food Services, FedEx Ground Package System, Compass Group, Union Memorial Hospital, Amick Farms, LLC, Allied Barton Security, Frederick Memorial Hospital, Holy Cross Hospital, Montgomery General Hospital, and Tandy Corp., among others.
The Law Offices of Anne Hoke are listed with an address on East Baltimore Street in Baltimore, MD. The building is the same building as the Maryland Workers’ Compensation Commission.
About The Comp Pinkbook
The Workers' Comp Pinkbook is a statistical resource for the workers' compensation industry. The Pinkbook is fact, not opinion. Statistics come from real claims and were obtained from the workers' compensation commission. Stats are provided on injuries, lawyers, doctors, employers and insurers.