Dallas Industrial Accident Attorneys
When Workers Need to Recover from an Accident, They Turn to the Team That Never Settles for Less Than They Deserve. No Matter What.
If you work in an industrial occupation, you’re at an increased risk of injury. This makes safety measures, proper training, and supervision even more important at your worksite. Your employer is held to a high standard when it comes to making sure you have a safe work environment so you can do your job. Unfortunately, some companies cut corners to try to increase production—at their workers’ expense.
The following are examples of injuries that may be experienced by industrial workers:
- Head injuries
- Neck and back injuries
- Severe burns
- Eye injuries
- Traumatic brain injuries
- Injuries caused by exposure to toxins
- Spinal cord injuries
- Carpal tunnel syndrome
- Overexertion injuries
Arnold & Itkin is here to help if you were injured or lost someone you love in an industrial accident. If you’re having trouble getting the medical care you need, were blamed for your accident, or have had your benefits denied or delayed, call our firm. Our Dallas industrial injury lawyers know how to get you the care and financial support you need, not just for today and tomorrow but for the rest of your life.
Call (888) 493-1629 for a 100% free consultation. We want to hear your story and give you the answers you deserve.
Leading Causes of Industrial Injuries
As an industrial worker, you probably have to deal with physical strain, possible exposure to dangerous chemicals, heavy equipment, and countless other risks. Your employer has a responsibility to put in the level of training and the types of procedures that minimize these risks and protect your well-being. If they fail in this, you and your co-workers may pay the ultimate price.
The following are the leading causes of industrial injuries:
- Defective tools, equipment, or machinery
- Lack of proper personal protection equipment
- Poorly designed machinery or equipment
- Lack of maintenance/improper maintenance
- Lack of adequate training and supervision
- Unsafe storage methods
- Improper lighting
- Lack of proper ventilation
- Overwork and fatigue
These can occur at refineries, factories, construction sites, paper mills, warehouses, mines, drilling rigs, and all other worksites where workers are called upon to perform their job duties. Some industrial accidents even affect people who live or work nearby, particularly disasters like fires and explosions.
We’re Known for Taking on the Biggest Opponents
Located in Dallas, our industrial accident attorneys are known across the U.S. for facing off against the biggest corporations—and winning unmatched verdicts and settlements for our injured clients. We have won billions for the injured and will continue to win because it’s what we must do to help the hard-working men and women who've been hurt or have lost loved ones in preventable industrial accidents.
Call (888) 493-1629 to speak with a member of a team that's recovered billions for clients by never backing down from a fight. We're ready to hold the company accountable for what happened to you.