Birmingham Workplace Accident Lawyers
Representing Personal Injury Victims in Workplace Accidents Throughout Jefferson County and Beyond
Workers can be injured in any type of job environment. Industrial workplaces, construction environments and those that rely on heavy machinery tend to be the most dangerous. We have seen serious injuries at our Birmingham firm resulting from a wide variety of work situations, some of which include:
- Falls/scaffolding accidents
- The textile industry
- Conveyor systems
- Loading and unloading
- Dump trucks
- Concrete trucks
- Road construction
These workplace accidents can cause all sorts of serious injuries, from neck and spine injuries to burns, crush injuries, amputations, head and brain injuries, and even death. Depending on the severity of your injuries, you may face permanent physical limitations that keep you from doing your job. If you’ve experienced a work injury, you need an experienced and committed Alabama lawyer who knows how to fight insurance companies and employers who may be resistant to paying your full claim. Don’t give up — you have rights. Call for a free consultation or fill out our online contact form.
After The Accident
If you’ve been injured on the job, it’s important that you report your accident to your employer right away to avoid any delays in treatment or any appearance of fraud. Depending on the details of your injury, you may be eligible to receive workers’ compensation. Furthermore, you may also be able to file a simultaneous lawsuit against a third party that contributed to your injuries. For example, if your accident was caused by faulty machinery, you could file a claim against the manufacturer while still being eligible to collect workers’ compensation. When you come in for your free initial consultation, one of our attorneys will meet with you to discuss the details of your case and make a determination of the best way to proceed. We are committed to getting you the full compensation you may be owed after an on-the-job injury. Don’t hesitate to call to get the help you deserve.
Often times injured employees try to work with employer and employer’s insurance carrier, to maintain good insurance want to save money don’t put the injured employee’s interest first. Immediately contact an attorney to protect their interests.
Get Proactive About Your Recovery
Contact our firm today to find out how we can protect your rights and help you get the full compensation you may be owed after being injured at work. Call for a free consultation or fill out our online contact form.