Work-Related Accidents

Thousands of people are injured work-relaed accidents every year. These accidents are due to faulty or dangerous conditions at work. Employers owners are legally obligated to keep their work areas and conditions for employees safe. However, when employers act negligently, hazardous conditions may arise.

If you have been injured in a work-related accident, you may be eligible to seek compensation. Common causes of work-related accidents:

    • Wet or slippery floor, sidewalk, or pavement
    • Malfuntioning Equipment
    • Lack of proper safety equipment
    • Lack of proper safety training
    • Improperly maintained facilities
    • Harassment or attack at work

We know how to win big settlements and verdicts from big corporations

Accidents often occur in large commercial operation, like Wal-Mart, because the employer's maintenance and safety policies that were not followed. Often, it takes an experienced law firm to prove that the owner's employees failed to do their jobs, were not properly trained, or that company policies for safety and maintenance were simply inadequate.

Your legal rights

Since each case is unique in circumstance and environment, determining fault for a work-related claim is not often straightforward. You must prove that someone else's negligence caused your accident or premises liability claim as opposed to your own carelessness.

If you have been injured in a work-relaed accident, you may be entitled to compensation for your suffering and losses, including the following:

    • Pain and suffering
    • Medical expenses
    • Lost wages
    • Loss of income capacity
    • Property damages
    • Other expenses

At Matt Chapel Law Offices, we can help you file a lawsuit and protect your rights and interests. But you need to act promptly as personal injury lawsuits are subject to a statute of limitations that limits the time you have to file a lawsuit.

Get your case the attention it deserves and call (260) 387-6236 or (419) 584-1004 today to set up your FREE consultation with Matt Chapel directly.