Workplace Injuries

Every day one is at work, there is a risk that he or she will unexpectedly suffer an injury or develop and occupational illness. Certainly, some jobs are attached to more frequent or obvious hazards, but even a position that seems to be fairly safe cannot fully insulate a worker from harm. The severity of workplace injuries or illnesses can vary significantly, and in more serious cases an employee may require substantial medical treatment and might be unable to return to work for a considerable period of time.

This can introduce tremendous physical, emotional, and financial distress to a family. At Shatford Law we can help you to seek the full extent of benefits available to you through workers' compensation benefits. These benefits can be used to cover the costs of medical treatment in addition to partially making up the income gap for an injured worker.

Common Workplace Injuries

It would be impossible to compile a complete list of the ways in which one can be hurt at work. But our experience has shown that there are some kinds of injuries that are far more prevalent than others. To give some perspective on the kinds of cases that we typically handle, consider the following list:

  • Construction injuries
  • Repetitive motion/strain injuries
  • Manufacturing accidents
  • Transportation industry accidents

The failure to properly and timely file a claim for workers’ compensation benefits can prevent you from receiving the resources that you need to meet the staggering costs of medical care needed for your injuries. Moreover, the financial strain created can quickly extend its reach into other areas of your life, leading you to fall behind on your obligations. We can help you to avoid that pit of despair.

Contact Us

The claims filing process can be confusing and frustrating, but there is no need to be disheartened. Contact Shatford Law at 1-866-373-7688 for the committed legal counsel and personal attention that your case deserves.

"MAKING A FALSE OR FRAUDULENT WORKERS‘ COMPENSATION CLAIM IS A FELONY SUBJECT TO UP TO 5 YEARS IN PRISON OR A FINE OF UP TO $50,000 OR DOUBLE THE VALUE OF THE FRAUD, WHICHEVER IS GREATER, OR BY BOTH IMPRISONMENT AND FINE.” LAB.C. § 5432(A).
 

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