Work can be stressful no matter what field you are in, but an employee should never have to suffer due to a workplace injury that could have been prevented but for an employer’s negligence. Hurt workers have rights, and one of those rights is to file a lawsuit if they become injured on the job and their employer was liable for that injury. If you were hurt at work and want to discuss the possibility of taking legal action against your employer with a work injury lawyer, the attorneys at Mayer & Rosenberg, P.C. can help you file a claim.
Some work injuries are more common than others. Here are some of the work injury cases that have come through our offices over the past 40 years that we have been practicing work injury law:
According to information published by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration, more than 5,000 workers were killed while working in 2016. The majority of these fatalities were due to falling accidents. The National Safety Council released data stating that 4.5 million workers are injured while doing their jobs every year, and more than one-third of these injuries occur because of overexertion, such as physical strain caused by heavy lifting and repetitive stress due to keyboarding and using a mouse all day.
Here is a step-by-step guide to what you need to do after being injured at work:
If you need a work injury lawyer in Lee’s Summit, the legal professionals at Mayer & Rosenberg, P.C. can advocate for you in civil court. As an injury victim, you could be entitled to recover financial compensation from your employer for the pain and suffering you endured. For more than 40 years, our attorneys have dedicated their lives to helping injured people like you turn a bad day into a brighter future by pursuing justice in the civil courts. We charge no attorney’s fees until your case has been won or settled out of court, and it never costs a penny to consult with one of our attorneys about your case. Call today.
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