Sauter Sullivan represented a 16 year old client who was injured at work when he fell from a forklift that had been elevated in order to retrieve merchandise from an upper shelf in the supermarket warehouse where he was employed. The client sustained moderate brain injury and a neck fracture. Sauter Sullivan filed a Worker’s Compensation claim on behalf of the client and received an offer of $8,000 to settle the case. This offer unacceptable and did not represent fair compensation for his injuries and pain and suffering, so Sauter Sullivan took the case to court. Through the efforts of Sauter Sullivan, the client was awarded permanent total disability benefits for the rest of his life. In addition, the court awarded over $200,000 in back-benefits and weekly payments for the remainder of his life.