According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, there are millions of workplace injuries each year, and were over 4,500 fatal work injuries. While most people do not associate their workplaces with danger, workers do get injured by accident, their employer’s negligence, or the negligence of their colleagues. The difficult thing about sustaining a workplace injury is that aside from managing the physical pain associated with an injury, the victim is also put out of work for days, months, or possibly the rest of his or her life.
While work injuries can happen in any type of business, certain jobs are clearly more dangerous than others. The construction industry, for example, is associated with the most work industry fatalities of any private sector. Industries that utilize various types of presses or assembly lines are also frequent locations of injured workers. Learn more about construction injuries here.
If you’ve been injured in a work place accident, you need experienced and reliable legal representation to help you navigate your legal options. At OnlyWhenYouWin, our knowledgeable team has many years of experience bringing justice to injured people. With us by your side, you can rest assured that your case is in good hands and turn your focus to getting well. Our team, which consists of true trial lawyers, will fight to get you the financial recovery you deserve.
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