Factory Work: Still A Great Way To Get Seriously Injured

The sign at the factory entrance says SAFETY IS JOB ONE. But workers know that serious accidents are still common at manufacturing, warehouse and industrial sites. Your company doesn't want accidents to happen, but when they do, you want speedy and comprehensive resolution to your workers' comp claims.

You can be injured in any industry, including fast food, real estate sales and retail. But manufacturing is where people are seriously hurt in large numbers, and at great cost.

Common Industrial Accidents And Injuries

  • Being struck by objects, merchandise or equipment
  • Amputations
  • Moving parts injuries
  • Falls and tipovers
  • Fires
  • Dust explosions
  • Toxic fumes injuries
  • Lifting injuries
  • Forklift and materials handling accidents
  • Machine injuries (drill presses, compactors, saws, stampers and cutters)
  • Conveyor belt injuries
  • Back and neck injuries
  • Eye injuries
  • Electric shock
  • Hearing damage
  • Crush injuries

What You Need To Know About Manufacturing And Warehouse Worker Injuries

When you are injured, it is imperative that you know your rights. Jack Baehman of Baehman Law is experienced in every aspect of Minnesota workers' compensation. He can help you obtain the highest benefits for your injury.

If you or a family member was injured in an industrial accident, you need compensation to put your life back together. Attorney Jack Baehman of Woodbury can help you achieve a positive outcome when you go down, addressing your immediate and long-term financial needs.

You risk nothing by calling. Not only do we offer a free initial consultation, but we charge no fees until we obtain the benefits you need.

Injured working construction? You need an effective workers' comp lawyer on your side. In the Twin Cities east metro area, that's Jack Baehman, serving the St. Paul area. Contact him online or by calling 651-447-6657.