When you slip and fall at work, you might suffer serious injuries that make it difficult or impossible for you to return to work. When that happens, a Phoenix work injury lawyer can help you receive financial compensation for your injuries and for the time you are unable to work and support yourself and your family.
When you are ready to hold the right people responsible and receive financial compensation for the injuries you sustained, call Zanes Law. A dedicated slip and fall attorney is standing by to discuss your legal and financial options for recovery.
When an injury you suffered at work confines you to your home or to a hospital, it can be easy to feel isolated. Sadly, you are not alone in the suffering caused by work-related slips and falls. Of the total number of accidents that happened at work, close to a third of them were caused by an employee slipping, tripping, or falling.
In addition to the number above, some recent studies cite the following statistics in relation to workplace slip and fall accidents:
All of these injuries caused the injured employee to lose time away from work. Sometimes, it’s more serious. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, slips or falls resulted in 12 fatal workplace injuries in Arizona in 2017.
When you are injured at your place of employment in a slip and fall accident, discuss your case with an injury lawyer in Phoenix who can help you get back on the road to financial recovery. Contact Zanes Law to speak to an attorney today.
A local attorney experienced with work injury cases will help you meet the state’s requirements for filing a case against your employer. An attorney from Zanes Law will conduct your consultation and sign-up in a single phone call. That means your slip and fall accident lawyer will be able to start building your case in a timely fashion. While you are still recovering from your injuries, a Zanes Law attorney will meet with you in your home or hospital room. Your attorney can help you identify the right party to pursue and help you understand the potential financial outcome of your case.
Generally, Arizona’s statute of limitations for personal injury cases allows you only two years to file a claim for a slip and fall injury you suffered at work. If you do not file your case on time, you may not be able to file it at all. Your attorney will help you meet the deadline for filing your case in Arizona and can also keep you informed about circumstances that might cause changes to the amount of time you have to file your claim. Speak to a skilled work injury lawyer today.
Employees in any setting might become the victim of a work-related injury. Whether you work in an industrial plant or in a retail store, you might still be prone to slip and fall accidents under certain conditions. Work-related slip and fall accidents have been reported at many different worksites in many different industries, including:
If you slipped and fell at work from a height or from the same level, you may have the basis of an insurance claim or lawsuit. Speak to a work injury lawyer in Phoenix who will help you understand your eligibility to receive financial compensation for your physical and emotional injuries after a slip and fall incident.
Slip and fall accidents can run the gamut from cuts, scrapes, and bruises to permanent disabilities and death. The severity of the injuries you suffer will directly impact the time it takes you to heal and return to work. Some typical injuries seen in accidents caused by a fall might include:
The aftermath of a fall can leave you with more than physical injuries. You might suffer from humiliation and might even develop a fear of falling. Speak to an attorney about the physical, emotional, mental, and legal aftermath of a slip and fall accident at work.
Have injuries you suffered in a work-related slip and fall accident left you seriously injured or unable to return to the job that supported you and your family? Are you struggling to get your life back on track after a devastating injury? If you were hurt at your job or worksite, you are entitled to receive financial recovery for your injuries.
When you are ready to hold the right people and entities responsible for your injuries, speak to a Phoenix work injury lawyer. Call Zanes Law for your free consultation today.