Industrial And Warehouse Accidents

Workers in industrial settings and warehouses are subject to immensely dangerous work settings. The combination of heavy machinery, hazardous materials and lifting, along with long hours standing increase the workplace danger, no question.

When workers are injured in these situations, they may not be able to complete their job for significant periods. Fortunately, workers' compensation benefits exist to provide for workers who are injured in these settings.

If you or someone close to you has been injured in an industrial or warehouse accident, retaining counsel is of immense importance. While it is possible to apply for workers' compensation alone, the process can be confusing and drawn-out, so a lawyer's expertise cannot be overrated.

Dublin, Georgia, attorney Joseph Prine is prepared to bring his comprehensive workers' compensation experience to help you secure the compensation you need if you or a loved one has been injured due to:

  • Electrical and plumbing
  • Industrial equipment
  • Falling debris
  • Crane, bulldozer, forklift and other vehicle accidents
  • Hazardous material exposure
  • Occupational disease

In the immediate wake of an injury, it is important to let management or a supervisor know. From there, get in touch and schedule an initial consultation. The firm's approach has helped hundreds of clients secure benefits, and the team is ready to bring it to your case.

To reach out and schedule an initial consultation to discuss any work injuries related to warehouse or factory accidents with the firm's industrial and warehouse accidents lawyer, call 478-201-9755 or email the firm.