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WORK RELATED INJURES

40% of Slip and fall injuries happen in the workplace. You should also be protected by harmful substances, dangerous equipment, car and truck accidents and  workplace violence. Other than physical injuries, there can also be violations in relation to mental stress  or situations resulting either directly or indirectly effecting your income. The other types of illegal situations in the workplace: Hostile work environment, abuse, invasion of privacy, discrimination, harassment, alienation, and many more violations may take place in the workplace of an employee.

Unfortunately, many injured workers failed to collect all of their medical and financial benefits  because  they  wrongfully  believed  that  they  didn’t  need an
attorney and afraid to cause conflict with their employer. The insurance companies have attorneys protecting their rights, and so should you.

*Workers compensation benefits would  include, but are not limited to: payment of medical bills, a portion of lost wages, scheduled awards for permanent loss of use or disability of a body part or facial scarring.


  • Harris County, Texas, recently returned a $10,702,449 verdict in favor of Brady Foret, a 23 year old  against Stweart & Stevens from an injury that happened in 2009 while he was at work.
The most recent study on ares of industry involved with work related injuries was executed and concluded in 2010 by U.S. Labor Statistics.

 
 
Sources of compensation for work related injuries/losses
  • Employer/Company owner
  • Insurance company
  • Lost wages if you take time off from your job, sick leave or a vacation time to recover from injuries due to an accident, we may be able to get compensation for this time away from work.
  • Wrongful Death
  • Pain and suffering
  • Medical expenses
  • Impairment of earning capacity
  • Life care expenses
  • Vocational rehabilitation
  • Loss of consortium (the services of an injured spouse)