Workers’ Compensation for Industrial Accidents
Manufacturing and industrial plant accidents often result in serious injury or permanent loss of use of the affected area. If you were injured and can’t work, your disability benefits will have to support you for a long time to come.
Martin Law practices exclusively in workers’ compensation and Social Security Disability law. Our lawyers push for your full entitlement under the law, and can advise you on taking a settlement versus ongoing benefits. We know how to fight for you if your employer tries to deny your claim or curtail your rights.
Call us at 888-722-6671 or 215-587-8400 for a free consultation. We represent injured workers in Philadelphia area and southeast Pennsylvania with 30 years of experience in industrial and manufacturing accident claims.
Injuries to Industrial Workers
We have helped hundreds of victims of manufacturing accidents and industrial accidents: press operators and floor workers, mechanics and maintenance engineers, pipefitters, power plant engineers, miners and others in similar dangerous jobs. Our experienced attorneys are familiar with the common causes of injuries including:
- Drill presses, saws, stampers and cutters
- Conveyor belts and other machinery with moving parts
- Forklift and heavy machinery accidents
- Back injuries from moving materials
- Repetitive stress injuries
- Fires, explosions or electrocution
- Toxic inhalation and chemical burns
- Eye injury or hearing damage
- Falling injuries (catwalks, lifts)
You are always entitled to medical care and lost wages. If you suffered an amputation, nerve damage to your hands or other specific loss, we see to it that you are compensated at the highest scheduled rate. We also uphold your right to get proper treatment to prevent a bad injury from becoming a permanent disability.
Manufacturing and industrial accidents often are caused by machinery defects or disabled safety guards. We explore possible lawsuits against manufacturers or other third parties for damages in addition to workers’ comp.
Contact us after the accident, not after your claim is denied. The attorneys of Martin Law will advise you of your work injury rights, and our early involvement helps keep your employer and the insurance provider honest.
We have offices across the Philly Metro area and surrounding counties. Contact us today for a free initial consultation at a convenient location near you.