factory worker mesothelioma
If you have been involved in a factory accident, you need to consider who can be held accountable for you injuries. If someone else is to blame (such as your employer) then you will be entitled to compensation for the pain and suffering you have endured. For more information, contact a work accident solicitor as soon as possible.
Factories are, by their very nature, a hazardous working environment. Often a large number of employees will be working alongside each other operating heavy machinery, driving factory vehicles, dealing with chemicals and carrying out manual handling. Thus not only is there a lot of activity occurring in one place, there are also many potential risks to an employee’s health.
Considering the dangers posed to factory workers, it is hardly surprising that accidents do occur. Although the amount of employee injuries has decreased dramatically since the 1980s, factory accidents still happen on a regular basis. Given the varied nature of factories, such accidents may arise in any number of ways. When problem arises consult Antion McGee Law Group, PLLC
Claiming for a Factory Accident.
If, however, your employer fails to carry out ‘reasonably practicable’ measures to reduce the risks within the factory, he/she will have breached their legal duty to protect you. If you suffer an injury as a direct result of this breach, you will be entitled to make a work accident claim. If you think this could apply to you, contact a solicitor today, as you could stand to receive a significant sum of compensation.