Workplace Accident

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About Workplace Accidents

Workplace accidents can occur in any job setting and may result in injuries ranging from minor to severe. Common causes include slips, trips, falls, machinery malfunctions, or exposure to hazardous materials. If you're injured on the job, report the incident to your employer, seek medical attention, and document the details. Legal assistance can help you understand your rights under workers' compensation laws and pursue benefits for medical expenses and lost wages.


Whether you've been injured in a factory, construction site, office, or retail environment, our legal team is here to fight for you. We'll work tirelessly to hold negligent parties accountable and ensure you receive the compensation you need to recover and move forward with your life.


Workplace accidents are unfortunately common, with millions of Americans injured on the job each year. In 2019 alone, there were approximately 2.8 million nonfatal workplace injuries and illnesses reported by private industry employers in the United States. Construction and manufacturing industries often see higher rates of workplace accidents due to the nature of the work involved.

Why 478-HURT?

  • Workplace accidents occur frequently, with millions of incidents reported each year across various industries.
  • Workplace accidents can result in minor injuries, such as cuts and bruises, to severe injuries, including fractures, amputations, and fatalities.
  • Common causes of workplace accidents include slips, trips, falls, machinery malfunctions, chemical exposure, and ergonomic issues.
  • Many workplace accidents are preventable through proper safety training, hazard identification, and implementation of safety protocols and procedures.
  • Employees injured in workplace accidents have legal rights, including the right to file for workers' compensation benefits and pursue legal action against negligent employers or third parties.

If you've been injured in a workplace accident, don't wait to seek legal assistance. Contact 478-HURT today for a free consultation with our experienced workplace accident attorneys. Let us help you understand your rights and pursue the compensation you deserve. Your recovery starts here.

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FAQ About Workplace Injuries

Report the accident to your supervisor or employer as soon as possible, regardless of the injury's severity. Seek medical attention, and ensure the incident is documented in your employer's accident log.

Notify your employer about the accident and your injuries, and follow their instructions for filing a claim. Typically, you will need to fill out specific forms provided by your employer or their insurance company.

You have the right to file a workers' compensation claim, receive medical treatment, and return to your job once you're medically cleared. You also have the right to appeal if your claim is denied.

Generally, workers' compensation laws prevent you from suing your employer. However, there are exceptions, such as cases of intentional harm or egregious negligence. Consulting with a lawyer is advisable to explore all options.