Were You Seriously Injured On The Job?
There are entire federal and state agencies dedicated to creating and enforcing rules and regulations to keep workers safe, but no matter how many safety measures are introduced, reckless and negligent behavior will always pose a risk to people. According to the United States Bureau of Labor Statistics, more than 500 workers were killed on the job in Texas, nearly 200 more than the next state on the list. In fact, Texas has sat at the top of the list of most workplace deaths in the nation 11 times between 2001 and 2014.
If you were seriously injured while at work, you may be able to file a lawsuit to fight for the compensation you need to pay off any medical bills or cover damages you may have incurred. Our workplace injury lawyers at Fleming, Nolen & Jez have dedicated their careers to fighting for the rights of injured victims, and are committed to providing each new client we accept with the knowledgeable legal representation they require to move on to the next phase of their lives. Contact us today to begin planning out your next steps.
Common Workplace Injuries
Depending on what industry you work in, you may need to worry about different types of injuries. However, some of the most common types of workplace injuries include:
- Slip and fall accidents
- Stress on the body from repetitive motion
- Injuries from heavy lifting
- Malfunctioning equipment
- Toxic or chemical exposure
- Injuries caused by a lack of safety precautions and/or safety equipment
- Injuries caused by insufficient training
Call us at (713) 621-7944 to speak with a member of our firm and give us the details of your situation.
Hire The Experienced Attorney You Need Today
At Fleming, Nolen & Jez, our workplace injury attorneys have represented thousands of clients across the nation since we first opened our doors more than three and a half decades ago, and have recovered more than $4 billion in verdicts and settlements for our clients. If you were seriously injured while at work, call us at (713) 621-7944 today to discuss your situation with a member of our firm, or fill out our online form to send us the details of your case and request a free case consultation.