Spicer Rudstrom attorney Amy C. Markham recently won two workers’ compensation cases for her clients. The first, Billy Frahm v. Training Resources & Consulting, involved the plaintiff alleging injuries resulting from a motor vehicle collision. Amy’s multiple defenses—the claimant sought unauthorized medical treatment and refusal of a drug screen, as well as denial of additional medical treatment that was not reasonable or necessary—secured a victory for her client at the trial level. Mr. Fraham appealed the matter to the Full Commission, which affirmed the holding of the trial judge.
In the second case, Eddie Phillips v. R&R Construction, the plaintiff alleged injuries resulting from unloading windows and lifting a window with his partner when he felt pain in his abdomen. Once again, Amy’s multiple defenses led to a procedural dismissal of the claim.
Amy is a pro-business, experienced litigator focused on workers’ compensation, construction defect and catastrophic personal injury cases. She is the managing attorney for the firm’s Little Rock office.