Virginia Attorney Helps Workers Receive Benefits for Workplace Injuries due to Negligent Employer
No one wants to be injured on the job, especially due to a preventable situation. Workers' compensation insurance, in place for just such a situation, can be hard to get for many reasons, particularly if you have an employer who, due to negligence, may have caused your injury, and may not want an investigation to occur. This can make the worker's comp process seem nearly impossible. However, having an experienced, compassionate, and aggressive negligent employer attorney can help you receive the care and benefits you deserve. If you or someone in your family has been seriously injured on the job in the state of Virginia, and you believe it may have been caused by the negligence of your employer, you are entitled to make and receive a worker's compensation claim to cover lost income due to the resulting disability.
You need the help of Prince William County personal injury lawyer Michael N. Driscoll, P.C. to ensure you get what you deserve. Call 703-659-4423 Now.
Employer negligence in the workplace could be something like an poorly maintained or broken piece of machinery, or a miss-wired light switch. It can even be a spill that your employer neglected to have cleaned up in a timely fashion. But to build a strong case of employer negligence, you must act quickly. Once you contact Manassas personal injury attorney Michael N. Driscoll, he begins investigating your case. Contacting him as soon as possible is vital to make sure that the correct path is properly pursued, and that you receive the compensation you need to make a full recovery.
Many people that suffer serious injuries in workplace accidents can experience trauma-induced injuries such as brain injuries (also called traumatic brain injury or TBI), amputation, third-degree burns, back injuries, and sometimes tragically, wrongful death. Other workers can suffer from being exposed in the workplace to harmful chemicals such as asbestos, lead, and other hazardous building materials. It is vitally important that your employer not be let "off the hook" if his or her negligence resulted in these grievous injuries.
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If you or a family member has suffered a workplace injury due to employer negligence, you are entitled to be full compensation.