Questions when hiring a workplace injury or industrial accident lawyer

For the worker injured in an industrial accident the injuries are often severe and life-altering. If you’ve suffered injury in an industrial accident, you will likely have many questions when hiring a workplace injury or industrial accident attorney.

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What to Know About Workplace Negligence, Employer Liability

After sustaining injuries because of your job, you have the right to consult a worker injury lawyer to determine if you might be able to recover greater compensation through a workplace negligence lawsuit against your employer. Here is what to know about workplace negligence and employer liability.

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Pursuing Compensation for a Malfunctioning Equipment Accident

Your employer, equipment manufacturer may both be liable Accidents at work are far too common. The United States Department of Labor (DOL) reports over 2.8 million work-related injuries and fatalities annually. In a large warehouse setting, factories, the construction industry or other inherently dangerous jobs, many accidents involve equipment and heavy machinery. If the injury […]

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Filing a Third-Party Lawsuit in Addition to Workers’ Comp. Claim

Workplace accidents can result in life-altering injuries and loss of income. A third-party lawsuit may be an avenue for financial recovery after a workplace injury.

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Types of Catastrophic Work Injury

Catastrophic Injuries are Wide-ranging, Result in Permanent Inability to Work Catastrophic injury is defined in the law as an injury with “direct and proximate consequences” that permanently prevents the individual from performing gainful work. When a catastrophic work injury occurs, the injured worker and his or her loved ones are faced with uncertainty about the […]

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Common Industrial Accident Questions

If you’ve been injured in an industrial accident such as an explosion or injury due work equipment, you may have a number of questions about what to expect and how to manage your future. Find answers to common industrial accident questions.

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When a Catastrophic Injury Occurs at Work

Catastrophic injuries occur suddenly, resulting in permanent inability to work Having a catastrophic injury has life-altering consequences, whether it’s the loss of a limb, the ability to walk or the ability to concentrate. Catastrophic injuries are suffered suddenly and result in fatalities, disfigurement or permanent disability requiring long-term medical treatment. Unlike severe injuries or those […]

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When a Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) is Suffered at Work

A Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) suffered at work is among the most severe occupational injuries. Just 40% of people who suffer a traumatic or non-traumatic brain injury are able to return to work after one or two years, according to the National Institutes of Health.

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Top 5 Questions When Considering a Personal Injury Claim for Worker Injury

If you’ve suffered a severe or catastrophic injury at work, you are likely concerned about the long-term impact on your lifestyle and financial situation.

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Understanding Your Employer’s Responsibilities Under OSHA

Understanding your employers’ responsibilities under OSHA is important when you are injured at work. Non-compliant employers may face legal liability and fines in the event of a worker injury.

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