Industrial workplaces such as manufacturing plants, assembly lines, warehouses and construction sites often involve powerful machinery and toxic substances. For industrial workers, the risk of injury can be significant.
Accidents at industrial sites can arise from any number of hazards. Common industrial accidents and workplace injuries include:
An accident can temporarily or permanently impair your ability to work. The medical expenses alone — not to mention lost wages and long-term rehabilitation costs — can be daunting.
Stumbling through the legal process should not become another burden while you are focused on the immediate concerns of medical treatment and recovery. At the Law Office of Morrin & Sands PLLC, we can alleviate your concerns by walking you through your options.
Our attorneys are well-versed in the intricacies of workers’ compensation as well as Social Security Disability. We can also point you in the direction of a trusted personal injury attorney if your accident involved the negligence of a third party. As skilled problem solvers, our lawyers will make it their goal to maximize your compensation.
We can help you navigate the complex legal aftermath of a life-altering accident.
Any type of industrial injury can drastically impact your life and future. Our legal team will approach your case with care and compassion, providing hands-on guidance and letting you know what to expect throughout the process. We will strive to help you feel comfortable and confident in our abilities.
For more than 30 years, our firm has helped accident and workplace injury victims pursue recovery, and we can help you, too. Call our office in Westbury, New York, at 516-307-8000 or contact us online for a free consultation. Se habla español.
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