How many times do you have a task while at your job that you sort of know how to do, but never actually received proper training at the task. When your employer fails to properly train you and other employees, the risk of being injured while on the job signficantly increases.
A serious fracture to an arm or leg compound crush injury to a hand or foot or a severe muscle tear can result in a lifetime disability. If you suffered a fractured bone or crush injury in a workplace accident in Iowa, you are entitled to paid medical treatment provided by an approved workers' compensation doctor. You are also entitled to seek a settlement for temporary or permanent partial disability, including a possible lump sum payment.
With this being the 4th of July weekend, we know how many of us will be enjoying firework displays. While we're all enjoyin the festivities, we must remember that there are hard-working employees in charge of setting off those displays, and those employees are at a very high-risk of being injured.
We saw this article and it just made our stomach turn...read it here.
- We care for our clients and provide personal service throughout the case.
- We promptly return phone calls to address all your concerns.
- We have years of experience directly focused in these areas.
- Clients appreciate our aggressive, always-on-the-offense approach.
- We get paid only when you get paid, and we take a percentage of the recovery, so you pay no upfront fees.
- We provide free consultations, and will visit clients at home or in the hospital.
We fight for you...and never side with your employer.
As we see in study after study regarding injuries at the workplace...one of the most common causes of injury is due to falls.
We treat our clients with the utmost respect & care...and we try to make the process of getting your rightful compensation as smooth as possible.
What would happen if you're injured at work by a fellow employee? Do you still have rights?
Throughout our many years of dealing with hard-working clients, we get this question frequently: