A former highway construction worker who was awarded nearly $38 million and later settled for an additional $20 million with a third-party insurer after he was left quadriplegic by an allegedly drunken driver has also reached a $3 million settlement with his employer’s workers’ compensation carrier.

The plaintiff’s workers’ compensation attorney, Samuel H. Pond of Pond Lehocky Stern Giordano in Philadelphia, said he believes it may be the largest workers’ compensation settlement in the country.

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