Seek Compensation For A Workplace Accident
If you are involved in a workplace accident, your employer should have a workers’ compensation program available for you. If your employer does not have workers’ compensation for your workplace injury, it is still possible to pursue the compensation you deserve with the help of an experienced attorney.
Workers’ compensation will likely cover all medical treatment and a portion of your lost wages. However, it is likely that you will have even more expenses than this compensation will cover. At Rad Law Firm, our accident attorneys can help you if you have been injured on the job. We can help you obtain the compensation and justice you deserve.
Construction Accidents/Injuries On The Job
The construction industry is one of the most dangerous jobs there is. Even if you are a safe, responsible construction worker, you understand the dangers of your worksite and that things can go wrong. You wear the right safety equipment, take the proper precautions and never violate site safety protocols. However, you can still end up suffering a serious injury while on the job. The construction industry is dangerous in itself, whether we are talking about the heavy equipment that is used or the nature of the specific job.
Injury in the workplace is always a possibility when working in the construction industry. Furthermore, the Bureau of Labor Statistics reports that approximately one in five workplace injuries take place on construction sites, which can often lead to serious injuries and even death.
What Do I Do If I Get Injured At Work?
- Report the injury to your employer.
- Collect evidence like photos or videos.
- Gather witnesses. Complete contact information is best.
- Seek the advice of an experienced lawyer even if you are told not to because of workers’ comp.
Always Talk To A Workers’ Comp Attorney
If you have suffered an accident on the job and are injured through no fault of your own, please contact one of our experienced injury attorneys at Rad Law Firm at any of our convenient locations: Dallas, Houston, Fort Worth, Austin, Brownsville as well as Los Angeles, California.