On The Job Injury Attorneys – Workplace Injury

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A  Team That Fights For You

There are countless regulations in place to protect workers from injuries at work. Still, every seven seconds, a worker is injured. That equals 540 injured workers per hour, or 12,900 a day. If you or a loved one suffered an injury while on the clock, a workplace injury lawyer can help you pursue the maximum recovery from third-party liability claims.

Work injuries can occur when you least expect. These injuries can cost you in the time you have to take off work, medical bills, and pain and suffering. The team at The Carlson Law Firm has an expert workplace injury lawyer ready to help you move forward with your life. We have more than 40 years of experience holding negligent parties accountable for their actions.

POOR SUPERVISION

Negligent supervision occurs when an employer fails to reasonably monitor or control the actions of employees. This can include failure to monitor proper equipment use or reports of sexual harassment

RETENTION

Employers have a responsibility to maintain a safe work environment for all of their employees. If an employee is irresponsibly handling dangerous equipment then an employer must take corrective action. If you suffered an injury through the negligence of another employer contact a workplace injury lawyer today.

INADEQUATE TRAINING

Once hired, employees should be adequately trained on all equipment they will use for the duration of their employment.

NEGLIGENT HIRING

An employer shows negligence if an individual who has committed a serious crime such as murder, sexual assault, injury or theft is hired. Employers who don’t conduct a basic background check can be found negligent in a court of law.

HOW WE CAN HELP

Our firm’s dedication to providing the kind of honest answers, sound legal advice and powerful advocacy that victims of a workplace injury can count on. Our attorneys’ commitment to standing up for the rights of construction workers, factory employees, petrochemical industry workers and others who have suffered as a result of third-party negligence.


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