Going to work is a fairly routine activity for most individuals in Ohio and elsewhere. Many rely on the income derived from a job to pay for his or her basic needs. Thus, when a workplace accident occurs, making it difficult to continue working, it can be difficult or even impossible to meet your financial needs. Thus, it is vital to understand what injured workers can do to offset these damages.
Work accidents might be unexpected but they are often caused by the negligence of another party. Whether an employer is not following health and safety issues or a colleague failed to follow safety standards, a workplace accident could result in serious and life altering injuries.
At Brian, Zwick, Stone & Associates, our skilled attorneys have years of experience dealing with worker's compensation claims. We have the background knowledge to take on a wide variety of cases, especially those involving construction work incidents. There are many dangers on construction sites and our legal team is well versed in the laws that protect workers' harms on a site.
We are prepared to conduct further investigation, helping our clients uncover the cause of a construction site accident. Whether it was a fall, defective work equipment, negligence by a third party or an employer intentionally putting employees in a dangerous situation, we will pinpoint the cause, helping our clients obtain the workers' compensation benefits.
To learn more, check out our law firm's construction workers' accidents. Seeking workers' comp benefits could help address losses such as medical expenses, permanent total disability, temporary total disability, rehabilitation and lost wages.