One of the most dangerous industries to work in is the factory industry. Factory workers are at a significant risk of injury for simply showing up and doing their jobs. This is for a variety of different reasons, including enormous machinery and complicated equipment.
But when you are a factory worker who suffers injuries on the job, you may be entitled to workers’ compensation benefits. Contact a dedicated Minneapolis factory workers’ compensation lawyer when you call Kemmitt, Sanford & Kramer for help. Schedule your free case review when you call our office at (877) 630-7338.
If you have suffered critical injuries in a factory accident, you need a dedicated workers’ comp attorney to take on your case. Here are a few reasons why you should go with Kemmitt, Sanford & Kramer:
Factory workers may be entitled to workers’ compensation after suffering an on-the-job injury. This means that if you were involved in any type of work-related accident, you could qualify for workers’ compensation. Some of the more common types of accidents we have seen factory workers injured in include:
Factory workers may also be entitled to workers’ compensation benefits if they suffer an illness related to their line of work. For example, many factory workers have been diagnosed with overexertion or repetitive stress injuries caused by their jobs. Here, you may be able to obtain workers’ compensation benefits for your injuries.
When you are injured in a factory accident and unable to work, there are specific benefits that you may be entitled to as part of your workers’ compensation claim. These include:
Family members of factory workers who suffer fatal work injuries may also be entitled to death and dependency benefits depending on the circumstances of their case. To find out the specific workers’ compensation benefits you could collect if your claim is approved, contact our office for a free consultation.
When you have suffered critical injuries in a factory accident, and you are unsure of how to go about obtaining the workers’ compensation benefits that are rightfully yours, reach out to an experienced Minneapolis workers’ compensation attorney at Kemmitt, Sanford & Kramer.
When you are ready to get started on your case, give our office a call at (877) 630-7338. Or fill out our convenient contact form to schedule a free, no-obligation consultation today.
Some employers will provide or otherwise make short- and long-term disability plans available to their employees. It may be possible to collect workers compensation benefits and short-term or long-term benefits at the same time. Contact our attorneys today if you have questions about coordinating these benefits.