Going to work can mean various things to employees in Massachusetts. For some, employment aligns with their educational endeavors. For others, it coincides with their interests, hobbies or skills. No matter the reason behind the obtainment of a particular job, one thing remains true – it is an individual’s livelihood. And, because of that, when employees suffer an injury or an illness in a workplace accident, they could suffer more than just an injury.
At our law firm, we understand that when employees suffer from the negligence of others or an employer, they could endure a great deal of hardship. A workplace injury or illness could mean a temporary or permanent disability, requiring the employee to undergo medical treatment, rehabilitation and even surgery.
Injured workers will likely not only suffer financial burdens related to the workplace accident, but they will also likely have to miss work to recover. An employee’s inability to work or return to work means they will lose wages.
At our law firm, we do our best to represent employees who are injured in construction accidents, ladder and scaffolding accidents, crane accidents, work-related burn injuries, forklift accidents, repetitive motion injuries and various other work injuries and illnesses. Our goal is to understand how the incident occurred and who was responsible for the work-related accident. We work to help clients successfully navigate their claims, allowing them to receive the compensation they deserved for their injuries. To learn more about how our law firm can help Massachusetts workers, please visit our law firm’s workers’ compensation website.