Dangerous Occupations

Dangerous occupation injuries and fatalities occur in a relatively small number of industries, ranging from logging, transportation, construction, building painters, commercial airline pilots, grounds maintenance crews and tree trimmers, welders, taxi drivers, heavy truck operators, police officers, farm workers’, and power line and telecommunications line installers. You Can Get Help From Dangerous Occupations Attorney.

Speak to the Dangerous Occupations Attorney for your injury claim.The incidents of logging-related accidents and injuries are 40% higher than anywhere else in the country. The death rate among loggers is 165.7 in 100,000 workers’. A logger gets subjected to long hours, extremely strenuous work, and hazardous work conditions in remote locations with limited access to medical services.

According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, grounds maintenance workers and tree trimmers have a fatality rate of more than three times higher than the average U.S. worker, with 14 fatalities among 100,000 workers’. Non-fatal injuries get commonly caused by tree branches getting caught in wood chippers.Contact Dangerous Occupations Attorney For Free Case Evalution.

When you do sustain a significant on-the-job injury, you may need the assistance of a qualified attorney to help you navigate the complicated workers’ compensation system.Our Dangerous Occupations Attorney Will Help You.

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Several factors, like specific roles and the size of your business, determine which employees need workers’ compensation coverage. Requirements vary from state to state, but most require workers’ compensation coverage for full-time employees. Some states have laws about workers’ comp for contractors, temps and interns. It’s important you know what your state requires for workers’ comp coverage. Contact Dangerous Occupation Attorney if you have been injured at work.

Severe injuries are completely different than claims involving minor damage (such as bruises and lacerations), and it is important that you get an attorney on your side who will be able to step up for your rights and fight for the justice that you deserve. Regardless of the exact nature of your injuries, you can trust that you will find such a Dangerous Occupations Attorney at our legal team.

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Work Injury

Workplace injuries are injuries or illnesses that occur in relation to employee's job or workplace.
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Construction Accident

Construction accidents are result of injuries sustained as a result of endeavors to construct place.
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Hearing Loss

Hearing loss is the loss of hearing in one or both ears, that can range from mild to profound.
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Stress Claim

A worker can make a claim for stress if it has caused a psychological injury, which needs a medical diagnosis.
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Back & Neck Injury

Injuries to various parts of the body can ruin your quality of life and impair your ability to work.
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Hand Injury

It is very common to experience pain in your hands when your job duties require repetitive motions.
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Leg Injury

Hip, knee, ankle, and foot ailments can make it difficult to walk around and do tasks at work.
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Denied Claim

Denied claims are claims that were received and processed by the payer and deemed unpayable.
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Spine Injury

Spinal cord injuries can result from damage to the vertebrae, ligaments or disks of the spinal column.
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Work Injury

Workplace injuries are injuries or illnesses that occur in relation to employee's job or workplace.
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Hearing Loss

Hearing loss is the loss of hearing in one or both ears, that can range from mild to profound.
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Stress Claim

A worker can make a claim for stress if it has caused a psychological injury, which needs a medical diagnosis.
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Hand Injury

It is very common to experience pain in your hands when your job duties require continuous repetitive motions.
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Denied Claim

Denied claims are claims that were received and processed by the payer and deemed unpayable.
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Spine Injury

Spinal cord injuries can result from damage to the vertebrae, ligaments or disks of the spinal column.
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