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Worksites are supposed to be safe, but thousands of people nationwide still sustain injuries when doing work tasks. Regardless of how an injury happened or whether an employer followed the rules, workers’ comp benefits should be available to those hurt on-the-job. A personal injury attorney in Charlotte, NC can help you to determine if your injury is considered work-related, which would mean you are entitled to benefits.
Auger & Auger provides representation to clients who sustain all different kinds of workplace injuries. We offer a free evaluation of your case, and can help to ensure you get the benefits that you deserve. We’ll also answer questions including:
The Bureau of Labor Statistics lists the most common injuries suffered by workers that resulted in workers’ compensation claims. These injuries included:
Workers should be entitled to workers’ comp benefits not just for these common injuries, but also for any type of illness or injury that can be connected to the performance of their work tasks. Any time you are sick or hurt because of something that happened at work, you should speak with a personal injury attorney in Charlotte, NC to get a free assessment of whether your injury should entitle you to payment of benefits.
There are several primary causes of common workplace injuries identified by the Bureau of Labor Statistics, including:
Employers are expected to try to prevent injuries by following safety rules established by the Federal Occupational Safety and Health Administration. Employees may make a report to OSHA if they believe there are unsafe conditions at a worksite. Federal law prevents retaliation for OSHA complaints. Employees should be properly trained on injury prevention and should use all protective equipment available including safety goggles, personal fall protection equipment, and machinery safeguards.
While employers have obligations to prevent injuries, it does not matter whether an employer was careful or careless in protecting workers- workers’ comp claims don’t require employees to show wrongdoing or failures on the part of their employers in order to get benefits.
Auger & Auger will provide a free evaluation of your case if you believe any injury is work-related. If your injury can be considered a job-related injury, we will help you to notify your employer, go through the workers’ comp claims process, and fight for compensation for damages and losses. Call today to schedule a consultation and learn more about the assistance you can get on your claim from an experienced Charlotte, NC personal injury attorney.