Workplace Injuries

You are committed to your work, giving your time and effort every day. A safe environment is an underlying expectation—you never expect to be injured on the job. Unfortunately, workplace injuries happen more often than you’d think. In fact, over 5,000 workers die every year in workplace injuries in the United States. When you suffer a workplace injury, it can be devastating and overwhelming. A workplace injury lawsuit can help you get compensation for the damages you’ve suffered.

Your legal rights

The Workers Compensation Act provides benefits for workers who suffer an injury arising out of their employment. You should know, though, that the benefits available under the Act are often limited, and there is no right to a jury trial in a worker’s compensation case. However, if the injury was suffered because of the fault of a third party, the injured worker has the right to file a lawsuit against the third party and have a jury assess the damages owed to them. And separately, if you are a railroad employee injured on the job, the Federal Employee Liability Act, or FELA, governs available compensation and allows for the right to a jury trial.

Workplace Injuries

  • Construction accidents
  • Railroad worker injuries/FELA cases
  • Workers compensation cases
  • Vehicle collisions

Take the first step now

If you’ve suffered a workplace injury, we can help. Our firm is experienced in handling workplace injury claims. We work on a contingency-fee basis, so you will owe us nothing until we win your case.

  1. Contact us to set up a free consultation as soon as possible—timing matters in workplace injury claims. We are available 24/7.
  2. We will meet you face-to-face wherever is most convenient for you.
  3. We will fully investigate the facts to uncover what happened, and determine the responsible parties and appropriate claims.
  4. We will aggressively prosecute your claim for money damages.

We are with you throughout the entire process, keeping you informed and advocating for you every step of the way.