Industrial and Manufacturing Accidents
Beth White - Nov 1, 2016
Over the years, workplace safety has seen dramatic improvements. Higher standards, safety training programs, greater employee awareness, and management taking a more proactive role in the safety process have helped a great deal.
But even with all the precautions in place, industrial and manufacturing settings can still be dangerous and industrial accidents do occur. Workers are often exposed to potentially life threatening situations just by the very nature of their jobs. And unpredictable events can and do occur when equipment malfunctions, a spill causes a slip and fall, or faulty scaffolding gives way. Burns are not uncommon from unexpected explosions and chemicals used in the process of making products can have unforeseen and negative exposure consequences. Other common industrial accidents include head, back and neck injuries, spinal cord injuries, amputations, electrocution, and brain injuries.
The unfortunate truth of the matter is that often times serious injury accidents have a long or permanent impact on the victim’s life. He or she may never be able to return to work or regular daily function again. The victim of a workplace injury has every right to secure compensation for medical bills, pain and suffering, lost pay, and other damages. If you or someone you care about is the victim of an industrial accident, construction accident, or manufacturing accident in Millville, Vineland, Bridgeton or the greater South Jersey area, contact The Serious Injury Law Firm Right Here, Jacob and Chiarello. We will carefully analyze the circumstances surrounding your case and seek full compensation for your injuries.
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