Work Injury Lawyer
If your work injury was caused by someone else’s negligence or a dangerous product, talk to a personal injury attorney at Action Law Offices in the Racine, Milwaukee or Racine / Kenosha area.
Most work injuries are covered by workers’ compensation. However, you may be entitled to compensation over and above the medical expenses and lost wages covered by workers’ comp. If your work injury accident was caused by a third party — a supplier or subcontractor, for example — talk to a personal injury lawyer at Action Law Offices.
- Did dangerous work equipment cause your work injury? Poorly constructed scaffolding or a defective ladder can cause a dangerous fall in a construction accident. A faulty conveyor belt or a forklift that leaks oil can cause accidents that result in injuries. The equipment manufacturer or supplier may be liable for your injuries. Contact a lawyer who knows how to investigate work injury accidents.
- Was a subcontractor responsible for your work injury? Debris left at a construction site during remodeling or chemicals left in open containers can create a dangerous situation. If your injuries resulted from a subcontractor’s carelessness, you may have a claim for compensation.
- Was your work injury caused by someone else’s actions? If you were in a truck accident while on company business or if you slipped and fell while making a delivery on dangerous premises, talk to an attorney who can help you obtain the compensation you need for full recovery.
A serious work injury can be devastating. The federal government, the state of Wisconsin and most employers put a high priority on workplace safety; yet serious, disabling accidents continue to happen. A fall that causes a brain injury or a malfunctioning conveyor that causes amputation can mean never working at your job again. Make sure you secure sufficient compensation to cover your future needs. Discuss your case with the personal injury attorneys at Action Law Offices.
Injured at Work? Contact Action Law Offices work injury lawyers for a free initial case evaluation.. We serve clients throughout Southeastern Wisconsin including Milwaukee (414) 456-1111 • Racine (262) 637-3000 • West Bend (262) 334-2700 •
No fee unless we succeed on your claim.