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Looking Out for Cars...and the Stuff That Flies Off Them

When you work in/near roads, it's hard enough trying to safely perform your tasks while avoiding negligent drivers, but recently, an employee for a state transportation department was going about his job, when he was struck by a large chunk of ice that had flown off a passing truck.

The worker sustained significant injuries...injuries that could keep him out of work for quite some time. With that missed time at work, there could also be missed paychecks/wages, and as many of us have experienced recently, a missed paycheck can be incredibly detrimental.

That's why there are laws to protect you in the event of an injury while on the job. That's the good news...the bad news? Unfortunately, too many employers try and find loopholes in an attempt to avoid having to properly compensate their employees.

Employers see work injuries as a nuisance...and they certainly don't like the idea of having to pay someone for a job they are currently unable to do. 

Eric, Randy, and Sarah are dedicated in our fight for you. We deal with employers all the time who think they can bully their employees into not reporting injuries suffered at the workplace.

YOU...HAVE...RIGHTS.

We can't stress that point enough, and you can exercise those rights. We'll fight for you to help alleviate the financial burdens that accompany a work injury. Lost wages, medical expenses, and so many other miscellaneous (but important) costs that come with an on-the-job injury...we fight to make sure you receive your full & maximum compensation.

If you've been injured while on the job, call Eric, Randy, and Sarah at 515-225-4485 or visit us Loneylaw.com.

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